Little Rock police have identified the three men involved in a Friday afternoon shooting on Baseline Road.
A police report states that three witnesses saw a Chevrolet Malibu and a Jeep Cherokee sitting on the south side of the parking lot with the drivers cleaning out their vehicles.
The drivers of the Jeep and Chevrolet were identified as Fabian Booth, 22, and Frederick Williams, 25, respectively.
Witnesses told police that a white Ford Expedition pulled into the parking lot beside a vacuum hose facing south toward the Jeep and Chevrolet.
The driver of the Ford, identified as Bryan Fountain, 29, pulled into the parking lot and started shooting at Booth and Williams.
Williams pulled a gun out of his pants and started to shoot back at Fountain, the report states. Booth and Williams left the scene and headed east on Baseline Road, according to police.
Police said Williams and Booth saw Fountain slump down in his seat as if he was hit, but he then drove out of the parking lot, running over the grass and curb on the southwest side of the lot.
Fountain was found in his vehicle on the side of the road at 8520 Distribution Drive with a gunshot wound in his chest. He was taken to UAMS Medical Center in critical condition, police said.
Booth was found outside his vehicle at 10305 Milky Way Drive with a graze wound on his forehead, and Williams was found with a graze wound on his knees at 10252 Legion Hut Road, police said.
Each was treated at the scene for his injuries.
The Ford driven by Fountain was impounded as part of the crime scene, and a Taurus handgun was found about 100 feet south of SUV and was collected for processing, police said.