A Waco man was arrested late last week, accused of shooting at a man from his car in early September, in an incident partially captured by a neighbor's surveillance camera, according to an arrest affidavit.

Kevin Marquis Duffey, 36, was arrested at his home Friday, accused in the Sept. 1 shooting in the 3000 block of Parrott Avenue. A man reported to police he was sitting on the front porch of his mother's home when a white Buick LeSabre pulled up, and an occupant shot at him out the car's window, the affidavit states.

The victim told police he saw the passenger window roll down, then saw Duffey point a pistol at him and start firing before the car left the area, the affidavit states.

Police said the man was not injured in the shooting.

During the investigation, police located surveillance video from a neighbor that shows a "white, older model 4-door car drive in front of the 3000 block of Parrott," as described by the victim. The affidavit states the car passes multiple times in a span of minutes.

Investigators were able to collect a casing, projectile and fragments and found evidence that the rounds fired traveled close to where the victim was sitting, the affidavit states.

Police got information that Duffey drives a car matching the description of the car involved in the shooting, and the victim told police he believed it was Duffey's car, according to the affidavit.

"(Police have) spoken to the suspect who stated that he does not know the victim. (Police know) the suspect stated he was never friends or acquaintances of the victim," the affidavit states. "(Police have) learned that the suspect and victim run in the same social group and have been known to frequent the same audio shop."

The victim's phone records show contact between him and Duffey, according to the affidavit.

Police obtained an arrest warrant for Duffey on a second-degree felony attempted murder charge and arrested him at his home Friday night. He was released from McLennan County Jail on a $30,000 bond Saturday.

Kristin Hoppa has been covering public safety and breaking news for the Tribune-Herald since January 2016. She worked in Northwest Missouri covering crime-related issues before her move to Central Texas. She is a University of Kansas graduate.

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