Garner police arrest man for allegedly shooting at passenger vehicle

Man allegedly shot at vehicle in Winnebago County

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(ABC 6 News) – Garner police arrested a man in a shooting incident Sunday, Jan. 14.

According to GPD chief Tim Dodge, at about 3 p.m. Sunday, an officer allegedly saw Michael Marciniak fire a handgun once at a moving truck with three passengers.

The round struck the car, but none of the passengers were injured, according to Dodge.

Police took Marciniak into custody, and recommended a charge of felony Intimidation with a Dangerous Weapon.

According to Iowa court records, Marciniak was charged in two other cases in the past two weeks of January.

On Jan. 6, he was charged with 5th-degree criminal mischief and disorderly conduct–fighting/violent behavior in Hancock County Court.

On Jan. 7, he racked up a charge of improper use of a handicapped parking spot, also in Hancock.

His Winnebago County charges have not been filed online, as of Monday afternoon, Jan. 15.

Garner police say there is no ongoing threat to the public, and the incident is still under investigation.

Marciniak is currently held in the Winnebago County Jail.