He is being held in county jail on $2.5 million bail awaiting his arraignment, which is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Friday in Contra Costa County Superior Court in Martinez, county officials said.
Mike Ghoneim, 42, allegedly shot a property manager through his front door during an eviction on Sept. 18 on the 3400 block of Ashbourne Court in San Ramon.
While there were five people present, three were in the line of fire, said Executive Assistant to the District Attorney Bobbi Spinola.
The three people include a peace officer, a locksmith and a property manager.
According to officials, the property manager was shot in the leg. A neighbor who housed the victim after the shooting said it was the locksmith who was wounded, not the property manager (who she described as a female).
Ghoneim surrendered only after deputies tossed tear gas into the house nearly four hours after the shooting, according to the sheriff's office.
No one else was at home with him at the time of the shooting. Sheriff's officials said Ghoneim's home -- which is valued at roughly $1.6 million by real estate website Zillow -- is in foreclosure.