Antonio-Cabrera
Antonio-Cabrera

A York City man was arrested after a shootout between two people outside a Manchester Township bar early Sunday morning.

No one was hurt in the gunfight between two men in the parking lot of Piazza Romana Bar and Grill about 1:30 a.m., according to authorities.

Wally Emanuel Antonio-Cabrera, 32, of 67 N. Franklin St. remains in York County Prison in lieu of $15,000 bail, according to the York County Sheriff's Office.

Northern York County Regional Police charged him with aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, tampering with evidence, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness, according to his charging documents.

Antonio-Cabrera allegedly fired a 9¤mm handgun at a person who was firing a gun at him from a fleeing pickup truck, documents state.

Fight: A bouncer told police that Antonio-Cabrera and another man were drinking inside the 2350 N. George St. bar and left about 1:15: a.m. but were followed to the parking lot by a group of Hispanic men, according to the charging documents.

Several men in the second group began beating up the man who was with Antonio-Cabrera and then ran to a blue pickup truck, documents state.

Antonio-Cabrera was yelling at the men when one of them started shooting at Antonio-Cabrera as he got to his own vehicle, where he retrieved a silver and black 9¤mm handgun and returned fire, documents state.

The men in the pickup truck fled and were last seen traveling south on North George Street.

Arrested: A responding police officer found a hiding Antonio-Cabrera lying in thick brush in a wooded area behind an abandoned gas station on North George Street. Another officer found the silver and black handgun, which had 11 bullets in the magazine and one in the chamber nearby, documents state.

Police also found four .45 caliber bullet casings and two 9¤mm casings in the parking lot of the bar, documents state.

The 9¤mm handgun is registered to Antonio-Cabrera, who has a valid concealed weapons permit issued through York County, documents state.

The shooter in the pickup truck is described as a Hispanic man who was last seen wearing jeans and a white T-shirt. The pickup truck is blue with silver trim and has large chrome wheels, documents state.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the second gunman or the pickup truck is asked to call Northern York County Regional Police at 292-3647.

- Reach Greg Gross at ggross@yorkdispatch.com.