A Prescott Valley man was arrested Saturday afternoon after he fired “several shots” at a home during a domestic disturbance, and fleeing from police. Police received a call of “shots fired” at around 3:48 p.m. and officers were sent to a home in the area of Wolf Way and Raccoon Road. Before police arrived the suspect, 60-year-old Robert St. Aubin, was involved in a domestic dispute with a 65-year-old woman and her three-year-old grandson. St. Aubin was allegedly locked out of the woman’s house and he opened fire. Soon after he left the home, officers attempted to stop him, but St. Aubin decided to flee westbound on State Route 69. St. Aubin’s vehicle struck a curb and lost a tire which struck another driver’s vehicle. There were no injuries to the driver. St. Aubin continued westbound on State Route 69 when he lost control of the vehicle, struck the traffic control box and collided with a pickup truck containing multiple occupants. St. Aubin was placed into custody and transported to Yavapai Regional Medical Center for his injuries. He has been charged with second degree attempted murder, aggravated assault, endangerment, DUI, unlawful flight and several other charges.