CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Charlottesville Mayor Lloyd Snook said that anytime there's a shooting, it’s concerning to the city government.

But the new details released on Monday about the Belmont neighborhood shooting made this particular incident extra worrisome to him.

"That we've got somebody from Maryland being arrested in connection to shooting and killing someone from Texas, and why those folks happened to meet in Charlottesville is a concern to me," Snook said.  

Just after 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, the Charlottesville Police Department responded to shots fired calls from Monticello Road in the Belmont neighborhood.

"I kind of was sitting and I hear a boom, boom, boom, boom. Then I heard some more fire shots.  And I had no idea that somebody had been killed," a bystander said.

Osvaldo Lopez-Hernandez of Texas died on the scene. CPD said he suffered at least one gunshot wound.

Another male was sent to the University of Virginia Hospital for his wounds. He had not been identified as of Monday evening, but CPD has warrants for him for threatening abduction to extort money, use of a firearm during an abduction, and brandishing a weapon.

CPD arrested Jose Omar Rivas Sorto of Maryland on the scene. He is charged with shooting from a vehicle and was taken to the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail.

In a news release, CPD told the community that there was no active threat, but Snook said that it was confusing.

"These folks knew each other and had some reason to be mad at one another, and so the average-Joe person just walking down the street in Charlottesville is not in danger from this activity. But on the other hand, if we've got people coming from out of state, getting into gun fights in Charlottesvillle, that's broadly concerning," Snook said.  

Snook said that new CPD Chief Michael Kochis should make this investigation his first priority when he starts next week.