Satcher gave himself up on Aug. 15.

UPDATE:

James A. Satcher, 24, of Milford, wanted for an Aug. 13 shooting incident near Lincoln, turned himself in to detectives Monday, Aug. 15, at Troop 4, Georgetown, Delaware State Police spokesman Master Cpl. Gary Fournier said in a Tuesday press release.

Satcher is charged with first-degree assault, two counts of first-degree reckless endangering, possession of a firearm during commission of a felony and possession of a firearm by a person prohibited.

He is being held at the Sussex Correctional Institution on a $55,000 cash bond.

ORIGINAL STORY:

State police troopers are looking for a 24-year-old Milford man who they believe shot another man.

The case began at about 2:55 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 13 at a home in the 10000 block of Crescent Shores Diver, Lincoln, said division spokesman Master Cpl. Jeffrey Hale.

On arriving at the home, troopers learned a 34-year-old resident of the home had been shot from behind in the upper torso.

The suspect, identified as James A. Satcher, had arrived at the home earlier with a woman, who later got into a fight with another woman at the home. The victim ordered Satcher and the first woman to leave, which they did.

About 30 minutes later, however, Satcher returned and fired several shots at the home, hitting the victim, Hale said.

Satcher then fled the scene; there were no other injuries, Hale said.

The victim, who had not been named, was treated at the scene before being taken to the Milford Memorial Hospital where he was treated for his non-life threatening injuries.

Detectives have obtained warrants charging Satcher with first-degree assault, two counts of first-degree reckless endangering, possession of a firearm by a person prohibited and possession of a firearm during commission of a felony.

Satcher is a black man standing 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighing 195 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information about Satcher’s whereabouts is asked to call 911 immediately.

Information also may be provided by calling Delaware Crime Stoppers at 800-TIP-3333, via the Internet at delawarecrimstoppersweb.com, or by sending a text to 274637 (CRIMES), starting the message with the keyword “DSP.”