The Rapid City man accused of a downtown shooting Wednesday night made his first appearance in Seventh Circuit Court.
Dwight Quigley is charged with four counts of attempted murder as well as four counts of commission of a felony with a firearm.
Rapid City Police said earlier that two people were hit by gunfire ... another injured by shrapnel and another hurt when the car they were in crashed.
According to a police affidavit ... one of the victims had approximately ten gunshot wounds.
A witness reported a white Toyota SUV leaving the scene at a high rate of speed after the shots were fired, the witness was able to identify Quigley as the driver of that SUV.
Officers were then directed to Quigley's girlfriend's residence and police say she made a statement that Quigley came to her home in a panic and stated he would probably never see her or her children again.
That affidavit says officers were then able to arrest Quigley at his brother's house.
Quigley was denied bond this afternoon by Magistrate Judge Marya Tellinghuisen