Peter Luger attempted murder suspect shot two diners while on run from cops in ...

The gunman who opened fire outside of Brooklyn's famed Peter Luger Steakhouse during a family feud Thursday night already has five open warrants against him in North Carolina.

Arkies Sommerville, 24, walked out of the restaurant after fighting with one of the 11 people at his table and allegedly opened fire from the sidewalk, hitting two innocent diners in the cross fire, the NYPD said. 

Sommerville has been charged with two counts of attempted murder.    

Cops have warned the public that Sommerville 'be considered armed and very dangerous.'  

Sommerville was arrested a few blocks away from the steakhouse on Bedford Avenue and S. 10 Street and was in the hospital Friday morning for an 'unknown reason,' according to the NYPD, which delayed the formal charges. 

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In addition to the attempted murder charges, he was also charged with two counts of criminal use of a firearm and two counts of criminal possession of a weapon. 

The gunshots sent diners scrambling. Travis, a diner from Arizona, told The New Daily News that when shots rang out, 'People hit the ground and were crawling on top of one another.'  

This is the scene the morning after a shooter opened firing outside of Brooklyn's popular Peter Luger Steakhouse, hitting two innocent diners in the cross fire

This is the scene the morning after a shooter opened firing outside of Brooklyn's popular Peter Luger Steakhouse, hitting two innocent diners in the cross fire

The scene outside Peter Luger Steakhouse in Brooklyn is a lot quieter Friday morning following Thursday night's shooting created a chaotic scene

The scene outside Peter Luger Steakhouse in Brooklyn is a lot quieter Friday morning following Thursday night's shooting created a chaotic scene

Police tape is pictured outside the famed Peter Luger Steakhouse in Brooklyn

Police tape is pictured outside the famed Peter Luger Steakhouse in Brooklyn

Thursday's shooting saw two innocent bystanders injured, when a family feud spilled over at the Williamsburg restaurant, which opened in 1887.

The gunfire broke out at about 9:45pm - before the rowing family members had even eaten their food, The New York Post reported. 

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Two diners at a table of 11 got into a heated argument, and one of them, later identified as Sommerville, allegedly pulled a gun and started firing. 

Instead of hitting his target, two men eating outside were hit - a 30-year-old struck in the shoulder and a 57-year-old hit in the stomach.

Both men were taken to Bellevue

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