A suspect being sought by Shawnee police in connection with a shots fired incident at a home on North Union surrendered to police and remains jailed in the case.

A suspect being sought by Shawnee police in connection with a shots fired incident at a home on North Union surrendered to police and remains jailed in the case.

A police reports shows Aaron Mosley, 39, is jailed in the Pottawatomie County Public Safety Center on an assault and battery with a deadly weapon complaint. Formal charges have not been filed.

Mosley was sought in connection with a shots fired call that occurred Monday evening at 3740 N. Union.

A police report shows the resident of that home, Mark N. Williams, told officers that Mosley had been staying at his home. According to the report, he overheard Mosley talking strangely on he phone before he left the house and slammed the door.

Williams said he opened the door and yelled, “Don’t slam my door.”

According the narrative on the police reports, that’s when Mosley aggressively approached the front door after making it out near his vehicle.

“Williams stated that Mosley yelled ‘I’ll shoot you,’” the report shows, but Williams told him “not to be stupid.”

That’s when Williams said Mosley, from about halfway down the driveway, shot at him two times, the report reads, before Mosley got in his vehicle and left to go south. Williams said he grabbed a brick and threw it in the passenger window of Mosley’s vehicle.

Witnesses in the area told police they heard doors slamming and advised the suspect turned and drew a firearm from his back pocket before aiming it at the other man. Witness reported seeing two rounds fired.

While Williams was talking to police at the scene about what happened, Mosley called him on the phone with officers hearing that conversation on the speakerphone.

The report shows that Mosley said, “I only shot at you because you threw a brick at me.”

Mosley reportedly had a .380-caliber semi-automatic pistol.

Mosley later called authorities to say he was on his way to Shawnee to turn himself in and later showed up to do that, with officers also securing a .380 semi-automatic weapon as evidence.

Detective Ronnie Wilson interviewed Mosley and arrested him. He remains jailed on a $20,000 bond.

Case reports will be turned over to the district attorney’s for consideration of any formal charges being filed.