The suspect who allegedly opened fire during a road rage incident in Times Square earlier this week was arrested by cops Thursday, authorities said.
Elijah Quamina, 20, of Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, allegedly squeezed off four shots after the driver of the car he was riding in got into an argument with a dirt biker on Seventh Avenue near West 41st Street early Wednesday morning, police said.
The bullets did not strike anyone or cause any damage on the Great White Way, according to cops.
Quamina was hit with attempted murder, attempted assault and criminal possession of a loaded weapon charges on Thursday night, the NYPD said.
Last month, a Marine visiting Times Square from upstate New York was hit in the back by an stray bullet in broad daylight while walking through the tourist mecca.
In May, a 4-year-old Brooklyn girl and two female tourists were also struck by gunfire in the Crossroads of the World.
Police arrested the alleged shooters in both incidents.