Five people were hospitalized after a shooting outside a Stamford nightclub that was caught on video by a bystander. Police say Dayron Wills, 22, fired ten shots during a brawl outside Tino’s Nightclub on West Park Place at approximately 1:30 a.m. on Sunday. As part of their investigation, Stamford police released this intense video:

"At this point, we have five confirmed people wounded and treated at Stamford Hospital,” police Capt. Richard Conklin told WCBS 880. “The good news is none of the wounds are life-threatening at this point." The victims all sustained gunshot wounds "to their upper and lower extremities."

Wills was arrested shortly after the shooting. He had ditched the .40-caliber handgun, which police say he is licensed to own and carry, but he allegedly had a small quantity of marijuana on him. The gun was found near the scene. NBC New York reports that Wills is charged with five counts of first-degree assault, first-degree reckless endangerment, unlawful discharge of a firearm and possession of marijuana.

It's unclear what sparked the brawl and subsequent shooting. Calls to Tino's have gone unanswered, but the club's Facebook page advertised the Saturday night party thus: "PARTY PARTY PARTY FREE ADMISION ALL NOGHT LADIES LADIES LADIES THE BEST PARTY IN STAMFORD CT 84 west park please stamford ct CELEBRATE YOUR BIRTH DAY WITH US IN THE VIP ROOMS LETSSSGOOO INVOS ME TO PREPARE YOUR BIRTH DAY."