WILKES-BARRE-- Detectives continued investigating the double shooting Saturday at Interfaith Heights that seriously injured a man and a woman.
Police say they impounded a red SUV wanted in connection with the case on Saturday night.
That vehicle was found on Madison Street. Police say they also located a suspected drug dealer they had been looking for, in the same home as woman who owns the vehicle.
He was arrested, but police say the charges he is facing are not connected to the double shooting.
Neighbors saw the street flooded with police.
"They screamed, 'This is a federal warrant!'They repeated it three times and then they went into the house," said Joshua Perrin.
Perrin said the events leave him wondering if it is even safe to walk his dog.
"It is sad, it is supposed to be a peaceful city, it's not really peaceful."
In other parts of the city residents wondered what could be done to stop the recent string of shootings.
"It is absolutely ridiculous, especially so close to a holiday like this. It is uncalled for and things need to change," said Gary Albert.
Police declined to release the names of the victims or the drug suspect who was arrested.
Mayor Tom Leighton told Newswatch 16 he plans to hold a press conference on Monday to speak about the string of shootings in the city.