Authorities in California have arrested a man accused of shooting arrows at three people at a homeless encampment over the weekend, police said.
Addae Preciado was taken into custody on two counts of attempted murder around noon on Tuesday at a train station in El Cerrito, according to the East Bay Regional Park District police.
Two male victims, who have not been identified, were both struck by arrows Saturday at a homeless encampment in Richmond. They were each hit in their abdomen and one of the men was also pierced in the leg.
The pair of victims were rushed to an area hospital for treatment and are currently recovering in stable condition, the East Bay Times reported.
A woman who was with the male victims when the attack unfolded was not injured.
Authorities said the victims were acquaintances of Preciado, who is also homeless, and that they believe the attack was targeted.
The 22-year-old suspect was being held Wednesday at the Santa Rita jail with no bond. He is due back in court for arraignment on Thursday.