WOODBRDIGE, Va. -
A convicted felon accused of trespassing and shooting into a Woodbridge home turned himself into police on Wednesday.
On Sept. 13, Terrence McCoy, of the 2900-block of Wythe Court in Woodbridge, turned himself in without incident at the Garfield Police Station.
He was wanted for a shooting that occurred at a residence located in the 12700-block of Dulcinea Place in Woodbridge on Sept. 11.
McCoy has been charged with attempted aggravated malicious wounding, maliciously shooting into an occupied dwelling, destruction of property, wearing a mask in public, use of a firearm in commission of a felony and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
His court date is set for Nov. 21, and he's currently being held without bond.
Police are searching for a suspect they believe is responsible for a shooting in a Woodbridge neighborhood.
In the early morning hours of Sept. 11 at 12:25 a.m, officers responded to a home located in the 12700-block of Dulcinea Place in Woodbridge to investigate a shooting.
According to reports, the victim, a 50-year old man, was in the basement of his home when he heard a noise in the backyard.
"When he looked outside, he actually saw a man wearing a mask, standing in the backyard. During that encounter, the man who was wearing the mask actually brandished a handgun then discharged one round into the residence," said Officer Nathan Probus, Public Information Officer, (PIO) Prince William County Police Department.
The round of bullets lodged in an interior wall, and no one was hurt.
The suspect then fled the area.
"He was not there when our units arrived. Police K-9 did respond to search for the suspect, who was not located, but during our investigation, officers were able to identify the man wearing the mask," said Probus.
Officers identified the suspect as 38-year old Terrence McCoy and obtained multiple warrants for his arrest.
He is wanted for attempted aggravated malicious wounding, maliciously shooting into an occupied dwelling, destruction of property, wearing a mask in public, use of a firearm in commission of a felony and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Police said the incident does not appear to be random and that the suspect and victim knew each other.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of the suspect, please contact the Prince William County Police Department at (703) 792-6000.