Police arrested a suspect Wednesday in five drive-by shootings that occurred earlier this month in Southeast San Diego.
The four people who were hit in the spree received minor injuries, police said. The shootings occurred at five locations in a 65-minute period on the evening of Feb. 4.
Darryl Tolliver, 22, of San Diego was booked into County Jail on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, said Lt. Connie Van Putten. Tolliver also was held on suspicion of firing into an inhabited dwelling.
Police gave no motive for the shootings.