PITTSBURG -- Police and SWAT officers arrested one suspect in an October attempted murder case Wednesday morning, but another man is still at large.

The operation to serve search warrants and the search for one suspect shut down a major street for almost 2 1/2 hours. No one was injured.

Officers served the search warrant around 9 a.m. at a home on the 1000 block of Steven Drive, according to Pittsburg police Lt. Ron Raman. They arrested Kalif Anderson, 20, of Pittsburg, Raman said; a second suspect, Kenneth Thompson, 29, of Pittsburg, was not located in a search.

Anderson and Thompson were wanted in the Oct. 21 shooting of three people in a vehicle near the intersection of East 10th Street and Harbor Street, Raman said. One victim was paralyzed as a result of the shooting, he added.

The shooting stemmed from an "ongoing feud" between the two groups, Raman said. He said both Anderson and Thompson had "extensive" criminal histories.

SWAT officers used a flashbang grenade during the raid Wednesday morning, Raman said.

Buchanan Road was closed between Loveridge Road and Suzanne Drive until about 12:45 p.m. as officers searched and cleared the area.

Anyone with information on the case or Thompson's whereabouts is asked to contact Pittsburg police at 925-427-7369.

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