YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) — Youngstown police Wednesday afternoon arrested a man suspected taking part in an exchange of gunfire.

Mark Colpetro, 20, of East Midlothian Boulevard, was booked into the Mahoning County Jail on a charge of felonious assault. He was arrested about 2:45 p.m. at his home. He is expected to be arraigned Friday in municipal court.

Coleprto was out on bail for another shooting case from October before he was arrested Wednesday.

Reports said officers arrested Colpetro after they spotted him in a truck that witnesses said was involved in an exchange of gunfire about 12:30 p.m. Wednesday in the 100 block of Hilton Avenue.

A man there said he was getting a Cadillac ready to sell and his son took the car on a test drive around the block when it encountered a pickup truck. Men in both vehicles fired at each other, reports said.

Reports said no one was injured, but a tire on the Cadillac was flattened by a bullet. The car had at least one more bullet hole in it.

Officers spotted the truck a few hours later with Colpetro inside. Officers also reported finding JoeVon Jackson, 19, of Winsdor Avenue.

When Jackson was searched, an officer asked him what about a bulge near his leg. At first, Jackson said it was “poop,” then marijuana, but it later turned out to be a rock of crack cocaine, reports said.

Jackson was also taken to the jail on a charge of possession of cocaine.

Gunshot residue tests were performed on both Jackson and Colpetro, reports said. Police did not find a weapon in the truck.

Colpetro was free on bond for pending charges from common pleas court on charges of improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle, discharge of a firearm at or into a habitation and being a felon in possession of a firearm for an October shooting on the South Side.

Reports said an officer at a nearby church working security heard gunfire and saw Colpetro leaning out of a car and firing a gun at a home on East Avondale Avenue. Officers traced him to his home, where he leapt out a second story window but was caught trying to run away.

No one was injured in that shooting. A witness told police Colpetro shot at a home because he was mad a woman there broke up with him. Reports said Colpetro also pointed a gun at a police officer when he was in the car shooting.

He was able to post $45,000 bond, which was revoked Jan, 16 after his case was bound over to common pleas court when he failed to show up for a pretrial hearing. His bond was reinstated Jan. 29, according to court records.