Prosecutors in Milwaukee say a man who was just fired from his job shot at co-workers in another vehicle on a crowded Interstate 43. Twenty-four-year-old Jonathan Perez-Perez is charged with reckless endangerment and reckless injury after a shooting incident last Friday at the height of Milwaukee’s rush hour. According to prosecutors, two men in an S-U-V had just left their employer in Brown Deer when they saw Perez-Perez pull a gun and fire one shot at them. Officials say the 43-year-old S-U-V driver was grazed and his 52-year-old passenger was wounded in a thigh and finger. Perez-Perez was arrested Monday. The incident prompted Acting Milwaukee County Sheriff Richard Schmidt to order saturation patrols by his deputies on I-43.