SAN DIEGO – A shooting occurred at a home in Mira Mesa early Saturday, police said.
At about 12:14 a.m., an argument broke out between two men because one of them reportedly tried to crash a house party in the 8800 block of Mira Mesa Boulevard with a group of other men, San Diego police said.
The group left after the altercation, but according to Officer Robert Heims, the attempted party-crasher returned later and fired his gun into a window near the door, hitting the man he had argued with.
The victim was hit in the right shin and was taken to a hospital by his friends, Heims said.
The suspect fled to an unknown location. Heims described him as a black man his 20s with a muscular build and a Mohawk.