The suspect in a drive-by shooting back on Nov. 18 was arrested on Wednesday at his residence on the 1000 block of South Adams Street.
Officer Jose Saldivar went to the residence to serve a felony warrant for 20-year-old Dustin Ray Moreida.
According to the officer's report, Moreida answered the front door and immediately closed it when he saw the uniformed officer.
Moreida was apprehended and handcuffed by Officer Juan Reyes. The suspect was patted down for officer safety when officers located a package of synthetic marijuana.
Moreida had active warrants, three for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and one for no driver's license.
According to the police reports, the suspect was in a black pickup that chased another vehicle before shots were fired off of Dewey Street near Carlos Trail. Police found a shell casing and a broken window at one of the nearby residence. A weapon was not been recovered.
Three individuals, Michael Gomez, Jose Espinoza and Rene Villagran, were arrested by officers on the day of the incident.
Moreida was also charged with possession of a controlled substance for the synthetic marijuana.
The suspect has a total bond set at $601,250.