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BULLHEAD CITY – Bullhead City Police arrested Devin Gene Monreal, 23, on a temporary felony warrant for attempted homicide for his involvement in Monday’s shooting at Lowe’s.

According Bullhead City Police Department spokeswoman Emily Fromelt, on Monday, August 19 at around 4:40 p.m., Monreal was reportedly inside his white Saturn station wagon in the Lowe’s parking lot, in Bullhead City when four men in a white Dodge Dakota pulled up next to him. It was reported that the two parties did not know each other.

Fromelt said that Monreal and the four men got into a verbal argument. All four males then got out of their vehicle and started to confront Monreal by hitting his windshield, at which time Monreal pulled out a handgun and started firing off shots, continuing to fire at the men who as they were trying to run to safety. No one was struck by any of the bullets.

One of the victim’s brothers was at Lowe’s in a black Chrysler 300 and intentionally collided head-on with Monreal’s vehicle to stop the shooting, as Monreal was driving around the parking lot in circles while firing at the other men. Monreal then got into the victims’ Dodge Dakota truck and fled the scene in the stolen vehicle.

Police later located Monreal in an apartment in the 2600 block of Calle de Mercado. Bullhead City SWAT team was deployed the following morning around 1 a.m. after Monreal refused to exit the residence. He was taken into custody and booked into the Mohave County Jail in Kingman. The stolen truck recovered near Monreal’s residence.