An off-duty Baltimore City police officer shot another man multiple times Tuesday afternoon outside a York Township apartment complex, York Area Regional Police said.
Police were called to the York Apartments in the 300 block of Brentwood Drive around 12:25 p.m.
At the scene, officers found 34-year-old David Hohman Sr. of Baltimore, who had been shot multiple times in the torso and arm while sitting in his vehicle, according to Regional Sgt. Jeff Dunbar.
Hohman was taken to York Hospital and was in stable condition Tuesday evening, the sergeant said.
"He was conscious and talking to us when he left here," Dunbar said.
Officers also found alleged shooter John E. Torres, a 33-year-old Baltimore City Police officer, waiting at the scene.
"He was ... waiting for the officers to arrive," Dunbar said.
Officer charged: York Area Regional Police officers arrested Torres, who lives in York County, charging him with attempted homicide and aggravated assault.
Torres was arraigned before District Judge Scott Laird Tuesday evening, according to court records, which also said Laird set bail at $750,000.
As of Tuesday night, Torres remained in York County Prison, a prison spokeswoman said.
Baltimore City Police Detective Jeremy Silbert, a department spokesman, said, "One of our officers was involved in an incident in the York area."
He referred all other questions to York Area Regional Police.
Dispute: Dunbar said Hohman and Torres were involved in some sort of dispute that led to the shooting. The sergeant didn't say what the dispute was about.
After the shooting, Torres was one of several people who called 911, Dunbar confirmed.
Two Baltimore City police officers later arrived at the shooting scene.
Previous shooting: Torres shot and killed a fellow officer six years ago, according to a Baltimore Sun report.
Torres shot and killed off-duty Baltimore City Police officer Norman Stamp, 65, while responding to an incident at a strip club in Baltimore six years ago, the newspaper reported.
As police officers arrived at the club in April 2008, Stamp, who was hanging out with members of his motorcycle club, rushed out with brass knuckles. Torres struck him with a Taser, and, after Stamp reached for his service weapon, fired two shots, the report says.
A civil jury in 2010 dismissed a lawsuit filed by Stamp's widow, saying Torres acted appropriately.
Court records in York County do not list an attorney for Torres.
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