Suspect Charged with Shooting at Roanoke Station's News Car

It brought back some bad memories for the staff at WDBJ in Roanoke.

Police arrested a man that they say fired shots at a WDBJ news vehicle, along with other cars. 

The 18-year-old suspect who cops say fired at a WDBJ Reporter's car and other vehicles yesterday afternoon has been identified as Daniel Flint.

Flint shot at a news vehicle being driven by WDBJ7 reporter Tim Saunders. 

Saunders was not hurt in the incident. 

The incident began at 12:30 p.m. Thursday after a neighbor heard gunshots on Wheatland Road.

When deputies responded to the suspect's home, they found a fire burning behind the house next to a large propane tank. They also found damage inside the home, including bullet holes and broken doors.

Just over a year ago, a news crew from WDBJ was gunned down by a former co-worker.