Police are looking for at least eight men in connection with a shootout early Sunday at a bowling alley in Northeast Philadelphia.
One of the men involved and a bystander were wounded in the shootout at the Adams Lane Bowling Alley on Foulkrod Street near Tabor Avenue just after midnight, police said.
Ephrain Chasten, 19, who was wounded, is charged with aggravated assault, recklessly endangering another person, firearms violations and related offenses, said Capt. Benjamin Naish, police spokesman.
Cops said Chasten had fled the bowling alley but was arrested when he went to Albert Einstein Medical Center to receive treatment for a superficial gunshot wound to his head.
A 35-year-old man, who police say had taken his family to the alley, was hit in the leg by a bullet. He was treated at Einstein.
Police released security video tapes that allegedly show Chasten and five others entering the bowling alley.
Soon after they go off screen, a mass of people stampede out the front door. Chasten allegedly is seen running around a counter, and another man is seen with a gun crouching next to a wall.
Another camera shot shows three other men starting to leave through another door with the fleeing crowd, but then turn around and move slowly.
Naish said four to nine guns had been used. He said Chasten has refused to cooperate in the investigation.