A 23-year-old Richmond man, Tequan Jamal Watson, has been arrested for his alleged involvement in a November shooting that occurred on North Main Street.

Watson faces a felony charge each of shooting an occupied vehicle, discharging firearms or missiles at a building and use of firearm in the commission of a felony.

Cpl. S. Britton served the warrants Monday.

Watson had been wanted in connection to a shooting that occurred on Nov. 19 on North Main Street near College Street.

At the time, authorities with the South Boston Police Department reported that two men walking along North Main Street pulled out handguns and started shooting at a burgundy SUV traveling north.

That SUV quickly pulled into the parking lot of J&M One Stop Shop where it hit an unoccupied van.

That’s when bullets from both suspects hit the SUV, the van, the convenience store and a metal shed nearby, police said.

The burgundy SUV then pulled out, heading south, while the two suspects headed north. Once in a safe spot, the occupants of the SUV called police.

No injuries were reported in the shooting.

In September 2019, Watson was found not guilty in the death of 16-year-old Paul Damiano and the aggravated malicious wounding of Devan Wooding after a four-day trial. Those charges arose from a shooting incident on Sandy Beach Road on Feb. 28, 2018.