The suspect in last week that left a 32-year-old with serious injuries has been identified.
Dwayne Webb, 34, a resident of Fountain Avenue in East New York, has been charged with two counts of attempted murder, two counts of assault, a count of assault against a peace officer and criminal possession of a weapon, according to the Brooklyn District Attorney's office.
On June 13 at around 6:45 p.m., Webb allegedly shot a civilian in front of 64 St. Edwards St.—just across the street from . Webb is also charged with firing his weapon at housing police, who then returned fire. No one was hit during that exchange, police said.
The man was transported to Bellevue Hospital in unknown condition for gunshot wounds to his left and right thigh and right scrotum.
The incident prompted a massive search by police at nearby 24 Monument Walk, where officers believed Webb to be hiding.
Webb was apprehended on June 14 by the Fugitive Task Force and brought to the 88th Precinct stationhouse on Classon Avenue.
He is being held without bail, according to the Brooklyn DA.