No further charges have been filed in a shooting that left a 20-year-old man wounded Friday afternoon, and the victim was released from the hospital Saturday.

Portland police charged Christopher McMann, 18, who lives at 111 Elizabeth Road, with reckless conduct with a firearm after he allegedly fired several shots outside his home, at least one of which hit Daniel Trimble-Smith, 20, of Standish. Trimble-Smith is expected to make a full recovery, police said.

McMann remained at the Cumberland County Jail Saturday night on $50,000 cash bail.

No one other than Trimble-Smith was hurt in the incident, but a shot went into a nearby home, which was occupied at the time. The shot penetrated the exterior wall and damaged some furniture in the home. The occupants were in another part of the house.

Police remained at the scene for about 90 minutes Friday after they had arrested McMann and Trimble-Smith had been taken to Maine Medical Center in Portland. Eventually, a 16-year-old girl emerged from the house at 111 Elizabeth Road. Police are not releasing her name.

Police said Saturday they are still piecing together events that led to the shooting.

They said the case would be turned over to the Cumberland County District Attorney’s office for review.