A Guerneville man wanted for allegedly firing an arrow into a parked car and injuring its occupant in January surrendered late Wednesday night to the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Department.Shaun Gallon, 30, was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and will be arraigned Friday afternoon in Sonoma County Superior Court. He is being held in Sonoma County jail under $75,000 bail.The victim, James McNeil, was sitting in a parked convertible near 16451 Mill St. on Jan. 27 when the arrow pierced the top of vehicle and grazed his head, the sheriff’s department reported. The arrow appeared to have been fired from the third floor of a residence, sheriff’s officials said.The sheriff’s special operations unit and Santa Rosa police responded and staked out the home for more than 24 hours before it was discovered that no one was inside. A $75,000 warrant for Gallon’s arrest was issued and he remained at large until his surrender. The sheriff’s department stated at the time of the crime that Gallon is a self-taught survivalist and should be considered armed and dangerous.
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