Two men were in custody on Monday morning after a weekend shooting at the International House of Pancakes in downtown Palm Springs.
Police spokesman Mike Kovaleff said dispatchers received reports of a large fight at around 2:45 a.m. Sunday in the parking lot of the restaurant, which is located at the corner of Ramon Road and Indian Canyon Drive.
Officers arrived to find one man had been grazed by a bullet on his head and foot. A second man was hit in the face with a rock, which caused head injury and cuts to his face, he said.
The two men wanted for hurting the two victims had driven off before police arrived, so officers launched a massive search for their car, finding it parked near an apartment complex.
Harrison Hall, 25, and Brandon Fenton, 27, both of Cathedral City, were taken into custody.
Hall was charged with attempted murder and a parole violation. He’s being held without bail at the Smith Correctional Center in Banning.
Fenton was charged with assault with a deadly weapon, and his bail has been set at $25,000 at the same facility.
If you have any information about this crime, call Palm Springs police at 760-323-8116.