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Arrest in shooting at Calif. Little League game
Friday - 4/26/2013, 3:38pm EDT
VALLEJO, Calif. (AP) -- A man has been arrested for investigation of attempted murder after he allegedly shot at the father of a player in a Little League T-ball game following an argument.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports (http://bit.ly/15M3pXP ) 23-year-old Joshua Chi was arrested Wednesday and being held on $750,000 bail.
Authorities say the shooting occurred April 17 during a North Vallejo T-ball game after Chi and the father of a player argued with each other at the baseball field.
The dispute continued in the parking lot and police say when the father tried to drive away, Chi opened fire and hit the vehicle. The father was not injured.
Police didn't say what started the argument.
The North Vallejo Little League suspended games for several days after the shooting.
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