FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE/KGPE) — Police have arrested a man in connection with a shooting that injured four people in the Tower District on Sunday, according to Fresno Police Department officials.

Police said detectives from the Street Violence Bureau Felony Assault Unit and the group’s tactical team arrested Carlos Reynoso, 23, for shooting four people in the Tower district.

At around 1 a.m., police responded to Detention Billiards on Olive Avenue for reports of gunshots. Upon arrival, police said they found three men and a woman who had been shot outside the pool hall.

After further investigation, officials said detectives learned Reynoso was on Olive Avenue, west of North Yosemite Avenue, when a “verbal disturbance” occurred between two groups of people.

During the unrest, police said Reynoso was armed with a handgun and shot a man and a woman twice. Officers said two people were punched and sustained gunshot wounds, while two others were “skinned by the gunfire”.

Authorities say each victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries and Reynoso fled the area after the incident.

Throughout the investigation, detectives said they were able to determine Reynoso was the suspect after investigating the scene.

Police say Reynoso was located by detectives Wednesday in the area of ​​Elizabeth and North College avenues. Officials say a search warrant has been served and other evidence relating to the shooting has been found.

Reynoso was incarcerated in Fresno County Jail on charges related to shooting and unlawful possession of a firearm, authorities say.