Coral Springs Police have arrested a man who they said fired a gun at a hospital last weekend.
Sami Qureshi, 46, was charged Wednesday and faces several counts including firing a gun at an occupied building and bringing a firearm upon hospital grounds.
According to police, officers responded to Broward Health Coral Springs on July 2 after four shots were fired into a glass window on the fourth floor. During an investigation, surveillance video showed Qureshi leaving the hospital and getting into a car.
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Social media posts showed Qureshi later filming himself shooting at buildings throughout Broward County, including one video showing him at the hospital.
Qureshi was taken into custody by Sunrise Police on an unrelated charge on Tuesday. Coral Springs Police later interviewed Qureshi, who admitted to the crime, officials said.
He was being held on no bond Thursday pending a court hearing. Attorney information wasn't available.
On Thursday night, a BSO bomb squad responded to Qureshi's parents' Sunrise home to reports of suspicious devices.
BSO later confirmed there were no explosives at the home and there was no public safety concern.