WATCH: Video shows a convicted felon struggle for a gun after allegedly shooting a man in the chest/leg.

It happened Saturday on Mount Pisgah Lane in Adelphi, Md.

Around the :57 mark, suspect Marcus Conway tried shooting the victim in the head but the gun misfired, sources say.
Conway has a criminal history.

•July 2018 - guilty of carjacking
•Aug. 2018 - guilty of assault
•May 2022 - guilty of illegal possession of a firearm

I emailed the Prince George's County State's Attorney's Office asking why Conway was out four months later. So far, no reply. ImageImageImageImage
Medics took the victim (orange shirt) to a local trauma center in critical condition.

The gunshot wound to the chest caused one of his lungs to collapse, sources tell me.

Today, a Montgomery County District Court judge ordered Conway, 24, of Hyattsville, be held without bond. Image

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