Tuesday evening, Fresno Sheriff's deputies were back at the scene a shooting in the mountains Monday night.
A fight between two neighbors over dogs lead to the shooting.
The suspect was released from jail after posting bond.
The victim's family said, with the alleged gunman out of jail, they feared for their safety.
"It was shocking to see the pistol in his hand. And he raised it up and said what he said to my father in law and shot," said Fred Garza.
Garza saw his father-in-law Philip LaPlante get shot Monday night. He said LaPlante was arguing with his neighbor.
"I just had one criteria to get my father-in-law away from the situation and that's why I went down there and thats what came about," said Garza.
Garza says LaPlante and their neighbor, 75-year-old Clarence Ayers were arguing over Ayers' dogs.
"He wasn't armed, he wasn't threatening in any way, he was just yelling at Clarence to keep his dogs quiet," Garza said.
Deputies arrested Ayers. He reportedly told investigators he had just fired a warning shot.
But the bullet struck LaPlante in the groin.
LaPlante is out of the hospital and back home.
Ayers is back at his house, which is what worries the victim's family.
"I don't think we should be treated like the perpetrator. my dad is the victim. And now our family lives in fear and I want something done about it," said LaPlante's daughter, Eneka Garza.
The Fresno Sheriff's Department will increase patrols around the families' homes.
Deputies took all of the guns from Ayers' house.
Ayers is free on bond until his court hearing.