A shooting Saturday morning led to an attempted murder charge against a Philadelphia man who is still on the loose, according to the authorities.

A warrant was issued for Jardeius Peebles, 39, 274 Lewis Avenue, for attempted murder after at least a dozen shots were fired at at vehicle near Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Bennett Street around 9:30 a.m., Philadelphia police said.

The victim of the shooting driving the car then struck another vehicle a short distance away, according to police.

The authorities discovered evidence of 12 shots being fired at the vehicle. The victim suffered non-life threatening injuries.

As of Monday morning, Pattillo said a warrant had been issued and officers expected to pick up Peebles soon.

In other cases:

• Malicious mischief was reported Saturday in the vicinity of West Walnut Street. Pattillo said that someone attempted to set a vehicle on fire at a residence. Pattillo noted that Monday police received another report of shots being fired into the same vehicle. There are no suspects.

• A stolen trailer was reported last Tuesday at a residence off of County Road 614.

• A burglary was reported Friday at a hunting camp off of Road 624. According to the victim, a generator and a pair of limb cutters were stolen.

• A window air-conditioning unit was reported stolen from a home on Highway 492 Sunday.

• A burglary was reported Friday at a home on Road 339. The victim reported a Dewalt charger, impact drill and Stihl chainsaw were stolen.

• A burglary was reported Sunday at a business located off of Highway 21 south. The alleged burglar stole $827 from an unlocked safe at the store.