The man arrested Tuesday after a SWAT standoff in Mount Airy is accused of shooting through a woman's apartment door striking her.
William Satterfield, 36, is charged with felonious assault, inducing panic and possessing a handgun as a convicted felon.
Court documents state Satterfield fired two rounds from a Hi-Point .45 caliber handgun during a confrontation at a Hawaiian Terrace apartment complex. One of the rounds passed through the victim's door striking her in the side, Cincinnati police said.
The woman was taken to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center and was listed in stable condition Tuesday afternoon, Lt. Steve Saunders said.
Police have not said if the woman was the target of the shooting. The relationship between Satterfield and the victim is unknown.
Court documents state Satterfield was on probation for a federal robbery conviction at the time of Tuesday's offense.
Police said Satterfield barricaded himself in an apartment following the shooting and had threatened to kill himself. During the standoff with the SWAT team, officers reported hearing a single gunshot.
A robot equipped with a camera was sent into the apartment and the SWAT team determined that Satterfield had not shot himself and was no longer a threat, Saunders said.
Satterfield was arrested without further incident and taken to the hospital as a precaution. He is being held at the Hamilton County Justice Center. A bond hearing is scheduled for Wednesday.