Jonalbert Figueroa Vidal, 20, is being held in the Santa Rosa County Jail after formerly being charged in last week's Navarre shooting.

NAVARRE — A Mary Esther man has been arrested in connection with a March 23 shooting in Navarre.

According to a news release from the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office, deputies formally charged Jonalbert Figueroa Vidal, 20, on Monday with the attempted murder of William Michael Johnson and attempted robbery with a firearm.

Deputies responded to Johnson’s residence on Shoreview Court, where they found him bleeding from a single gunshot to the face. Johnson told deputies that Cody James Gomez and his friend, who was later identified as Vidal, had come to his house and shot him.

Surveillance video from a neighbor’s house showed a white, four-door vehicle stop at Johnson’s house around 11:27 p.m. The vehicle then left the residence, went around the corner and stopped. It then returned to Johnson’s house, where it remained until 11:34 p.m.

According to the report, after Johnson was taken to Baptist Hospital in Pensacola, deputies executed a search warrant to look for the shell casing from the bullet that exited his face. While they were unable to locate the shell casing, they found marijuana and a digital scale in a back bedroom of the home.

After interviewing associates of Gomez and Vidal, deputies obtained permission to search Gomez’s residence, where they found a 9mm pistol, the report said. Upon further investigation and interviews with Gomez and Vidal, the deputies charged Vidal with shooting Johnson during an attempt to purchase marijuana.

The investigation into the incident intensified the evening of March 24 when SRSO identified Gomez as a person of interest in the shooting and offered up to a $3,000 reward for information that led authorities to his location. Gomez was booked into the Okaloosa County Jail the following day shortly after 8 a.m. Vidal landed in the Okaloosa County Jail about six hours later.

Following his transfer, Vidal is currently being held in the Santa Rosa County jail without bond. Johnson remains hospitalized in stable condition.

Gomez also is being held without bond in Santa Rosa County on probation violation for a 2016 felony conviction for drug possession.