Police have arrested Michael Joseph Renteria on charges of attempted first degree murder, second degree assault, felony menacing, and reckless endangerment.
The 21-year-old of Grand Junction was booked into the Mesa County Jail Saturday night.
Renteria is connected with the shooting that sent four people to St. Mary's Hospital Saturday.
AT 11:15 am the Grand Junction Police Department received reports of a shooting on 476 Glen Road.
Authorities say a total of four people were transported to the hospital, one with multiple gunshot wounds and three others with injuries most likely from another type of weapon, possibly a baseball bat.
While investigating the scene police learned the suspect may have connections to a house on Elm street.
As officers approached that house, they saw a vehicle described from the original scene. After a traffic stop authorities learned the suspect was in one of the houses near 22 Road and Elm Ave.
Spokesperson for the Grand Junction Police Department, Kate Porras, said, "When he first went up to the house on Elm there were multiple people inside that were coming out of the house, we made contact with those people detained some of them for a short time. From there we learned that there was a two month old baby left inside the house. That made things a little bit complicated for us when we were trying to locate our suspect."
SWAT officers got the baby out safely and then reentered the house to find the suspect. Meanwhile officers received a tip that the suspect was walking near 28 Road and North Ave. Officers immediately responded to that area where they found the suspect and detained him.
The investigation is ongoing. Authorities continue to secure the house and will most likely apply for a search warrant. There are multiple witnesses being interviewed.
Officials say the incident could be related to a domestic event involving a custody dispute. No one has been charged at this time if anyone has information about this incident they can call the Grand Junction Police Department at 242-6707.
At this time it appears none of the injuries are life threatening.