*Shots fired in Pasadena

*PASADENA — A man escaped injury after someone opened fire on his car Wednesday, police said.
The apparent intended shooting victim was arrested, however, on suspicion of misdemeanor vandalism because officials believe he threw a chair through the window of a home near the shooting scene the previous day, Pasadena police Lt. Randell Taylor said.
He refused to cooperate with police or give them his name, so his identity was unknown pending identification through fingerprints, Taylor said. He was described as a Latino man in his 20s from Los Angeles.
The shooting took place about 6 p.m. on Washington Boulevard, just west of Fair Oaks Avenue, Taylor said.
The victim, described as a Los Angeles man in his 20s, had stopped his car in traffic lanes in the 100 block of W. Washington Avenue when his vehicle came under fire, Taylor said.
Nearby officers heard about four gunshots and rushed to the scene as the apparent victim, whose car had been shot once, fled the area, the lieutenant said.
Witnesses initially believed the fleeing car to be the suspect, Taylor said, however officers soon determined that the man, who had a bullet hole in his car, was an intended target in the attack.
The shooter was not found, and witnesses at the scene did not report seeing the attacker, Taylor said.
Officials believe the shots were fired from the north side of the residential street, he added. It was not known if the shots came from the sidewalk, a residence or a yard.
It was not clear why the man allegedly vandalized the home on Washington Boulevard Tuesday, Taylor said.
The incidents remain under investigation.