Police say they have four persons of interest in a drive-by shooting on Rosewood Drive in Marion Saturday night.
A man was hit in the arm, but is expected to be ok.
Police say he was able to walk to the ambulance and tell paramedics what happened.
Officers say the shooting was some type of retaliation act involving rival gangs in the city.
They didn't release the names of the suspected gangs involved.
When shots were fired, officers with the Marion Police Gang Unit were in the area doing saturation patrols in effort to curb gang violence.
On Saturday night, officers said they had one person in custody and that suspect was expected to be charged with Attempted Murder but officials with the investigation now say they have they do not have anyone in custody but have four persons-of-interest.
This investigation is ongoing.