CRIME

Man arraigned in Connecticut shooting caught on video that injured 5

This booking photo released by the Stamford Police Department shows Dayron Wills, charged with spraying gunfire into a crowd early Sunday, July 13, 2014, outside a downtown Stamford, Conn., nightclub. Five were injured, and the incident was captured in video taken on a mobile phone by someone standing near the shooting. (AP Photo/Stamford Police Department)

This booking photo released by the Stamford Police Department shows Dayron Wills, charged with spraying gunfire into a crowd early Sunday, July 13, 2014, outside a downtown Stamford, Conn., nightclub. Five were injured, and the incident was captured in video taken on a mobile phone by someone standing near the shooting. (AP Photo/Stamford Police Department)  (The Associated Press)

A Connecticut man who police say was caught on video spraying gunfire into a crowd outside a nightclub has been ordered detained on $1 million bail.

A Stamford judge on Monday refused to lower bail for 22-year-old Dayron Wills that was set by police early Sunday after five people were wounded outside Tino's Nightclub in Stamford. Police say none of the injuries was life-threatening.

A cellphone video shows a chaotic scene of people fleeing while the shooter fires numerous times.

Police say the shooting followed an argument over a woman, but none of the shooting victims was involved in that fight.

Wills didn't enter pleas to assault and other charges at Monday's arraignment. His lawyer says he will seek lower bail.