A Canal Winchester man remained jailed Thursday after allegedly firing gunshots during a scuffle in a Pickerington neighborhood.

A Canal Winchester man remained jailed Thursday after allegedly firing gunshots during a scuffle in a Pickerington neighborhood.

Michael White, 21, was arrested and charged with felonious assault Wednesday. He is accused of firing at least three shots during a fight with a group of teenagers near the corner of Courtright Drive and Blenheim Court. His bail was set at $10,000.

According to Pickerington police, an argument broke out among an undisclosed number of teenagers in the neighborhood around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. Pickerington police Cmdr. Ralph Portier said the argument escalated into a fight, and White ran to his vehicle, produced a handgun and fired the shots.

"There was nobody hit and we're not sure in what direction the rounds were fired," Portier said. "That's still under investigation."

Police haven't determined the cause of the argument and received conflicting witness accounts as to whether the suspect shot at anyone. A handgun and bullet casings were recovered from the scene.

"We're probably going to petition the court to recover (the gun) for destruction or as governmental property," Portier said.

He said the shooting was not related to recent threats against students and facilities at Pickerington High School Central.