Police in Benton Harbor, Michigan have arrested a man in connection with a December 12 anti-gay attack.

Twenty-three-year old Calvin Jeff Wright was arrested without incident on Saturday at a fast food restaurant, Benton Township Police Chief Vincent Fetke told the South Bend Tribune.

Wright has yet to be charged, but investigators believe he punched a man in the face after asking “What's up?” at a Sunoco gas station at 6AM. The victim, a man in his 50s, said his assailant yelled anti-gay slurs as he kicked him. The man reported the incident to the county's GLBT community center, OutCenter.

Fetke said his department used surveillance video from the gas station to track down Wright.

A second November attack reported to OutCenter that occurred in nearby St. Joseph is stoking fears of increasing anti-gay sentiment in the area.

Benton Harbor sits on the shores of Lake Michigan, about 50 minutes by car from Kalamazoo. Kalamazoo received national attention in November when voters decided not to repeal a city ordinance that outlaws discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.