A Cumberland County grand jury indicted two men on charges stemming from two separate shootings in Portland.

Noor Ahmed Mohamed, 26, was indicted for two counts of attempted murder, two counts of attempted elevated aggravated assault, four counts of attempted aggravated assault and two counts of reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon in connection with a shooting in the Old Port on Nov. 10, 2016.

Mohamed was driving on Silver Street when he got into an altercation with a group of men, police said. Witnesses said they heard shots being fired and police said the group of men ran off, but then there were more gunshots.

Mohamed allegedly drove off, but hit a curb, disabling his car. He fled on foot but police caught up with him near Fore and Pearl streets, where he was arrested.

The other man indicted was Abdul Rahman Timbo, 23, of Virginia. He was indicted for attempted murder, aggravated assault and reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon in connection with a shooting at the ScrubbaDub Car Wash on Forest Avenue on Sept. 3.

Timbo was arguing with a Westbrook man at the car wash and shot him, police said. The victim ran off, but was later located and told police he did not need medical attention.