TRACY -- The San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office is investigating a deputy-involved shooting that happened late Tuesday night.
The incident started after two people were seen trying to break into a business located near 11th Street and Chrisman Road.
One suspect, identified as 25-year-old Daniel Herring, was shot and arrested. A second person is still on the loose.
"I was shocked, I couldn’t believe it," Brandon Simpson said.
Simpson was almost at a loss for words after witnessing the shooting take place in front of his plumbing business. Simpson called police after his surveillance captured video of a man walking up to the camera.
The man's face is clearly visible as he gets right in front of the camera. He can also be seen holding a gun.
"He's messing with our camera because he's might have been trying to break into our trucks or the other vehicles that are parked in the parking lot," Simpson said.
After giving up trying to dismantle the camera, the man disappears in a red truck.
Simpson called deputies and when they arrived to the Carmelo Avenue location, Simpson said his friend noticed something.
"He was leaving and he noticed the red truck across the street," Simpson said.
Simpson said he alerted the deputies and that is when the deputy began giving orders.
Surveillance shows the suspect put the truck in gear and that is when the officer is seen being dragged about 100 feet.
Seconds later, a barrage of shots can be heard. More than 20 shots were fired.
Authorities have not said whether the suspects fired back at police but the man was hit by a bullet from the deputy and taken to the hospital for non-life threatening injuries. He was later released from the hospital and arrested.
The second suspect was able to get away from deputies and is only described as a white female.
The deputy involved in the shooting is OK.
Anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office.