http://www.fox13news.com/news/local-news/173012981-story TAMPA (FOX 13) - An argument over public urination in an Ybor City parking garage nearly turned deadly this weekend when shots rang out. The gunman, Everoy Farqharson, was a security guard hired by the City of Tampa. Tampa officials say it contracts with Tampa-based Iron Eagle Security to provide 10 armed security guards in downtown parking garages and lots. They're supposed to keep people safe, but as cell phone video shows, that's not what happened Sunday morning, just before 3 a.m. The guards are armed with guns, but city officials say, per protocol, they're supposed to leave the use of physical force to the police. That's not what guard Everoy Farqharson did when he stopped a group of people after apparently seeing one of them urinating inside the garage. Iron Eagle Securities has yet to respond to numerous requests for comment. It is unclear whether or not Farqharson is still employed by the company. Lattimore says the city has formally requested that he no longer work for the city on their contract. Farqharson is facing two counts of aggravated assault with a firearm, battery, tampering with evidence and burglary of a conveyance.