UPDATE: Bond was set at $250,000 for a man accused of going on a shooting rampage in his southern Illinois neighborhood. Carl Tuttle is accused of shooting off at least 15 rounds Wednesday afternoon on West Sibley Street in Fairfield. Witnesses say he shot most of the rounds into a red Camaro sitting in his front yard. Tuttle is charged with reckless conduct, unlawful use of weapons, criminal damage of property and domestic battery. Click on the Watch icon to see Wednesdays story. Wednesday, Nov. 28: A domestic dispute put an entire neighborhood and police force in danger when a man apparently lost control with a military style rifle. Carl Richard Tuttle is in jail after firing 15 into his wifes car - sitting outside their Fairfield home. Tuttle is facing four different charges for what happened on West Sibley Street this morning. Everyone who witnessed Tuttle open fire is amazed not only that no one was killed - but no one was even hurt. A shattered windshield and gunshots in the side of a Camero are the only signs left of the horrifying events that happened in this yard. "It was just surreal i couldnt believe it was happening here." Gary Tracy had just sat down with a morning cup of coffee when he says he heard a noise - walked out to his front porch and saw his neighbor Carl Richard Tuttle. "He was standing in the street with a chair and he as beating on the windshield." Tracy says Tuttles wife was also in the street - he told her to walk away - thats when Tuttle went inside and police say he grabbed his world war one bolt action rifle and started shooting at the car. "The bullets were going right straight through the car." They were hitting the neighbors homes. Tracy didnt know what to do. "The thought went through my head I gotta stop this guy but he has a high powered rifle." Another neighbor called police. When the police arrived they asked him to put down his gun - instead he fired another round into the car. After firing the last round police say Tuttle walked toward to them with the gun pointed down. "Somebody was watching over us," says police chief Bill Winter. He eventually surrendered and everyone went home safely - except Tuttle who is sitting in jail. Police say this could have ended very differently - and they credit their training that no one was killed. Tuttle is facing charges of reckless conduct, unlawful use of weapons, criminal damage of property and domestic battery.