SAN MATEO (CBS SF/BCN) — A 34-year-old San Mateo man has been arrested for suspicion of attempted murder after he allegedly used a knife, a hammer and his vehicle in an attack at a gas station, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff’s office.

Deputies responded to a 5:51 p.m. Sunday report of an assault at 906 Holly Street in San Carlos and arrested Armando Mendoza, who was identified by a witness at the scene.

READ MORE: 2 Arrested Following DUI Crash Involving Stolen Vehicle In Novato

Deputies said they learned that Mendoza and the target of his attack, a 40-year-old man known to him, had been involved in a heated discussion near their parked vehicles. Mendoza allegedly brandished a knife, threatened to kill the other man and attempted to stab him.

READ MORE: East Bay Landscaper Charged in Stump-Grinder Death of Employee

The man eluded Mendoza, who then attempted to strike him with a hammer, again unsuccessfully according to deputies.

Mendoza then drove his vehicle directly at the man, who was able to avoid being hit. The intended victim was uninjured during the attack.

MORE NEWS: Protest Over Recent Horse Deaths Shuts Down Golden Gate Fields Vaccination Site

The sheriff’s department urges anyone who has information regarding this incident to call the Anonymous Tip Line at 1-800-547-2700.