An FBI agent was shot Saturday during a drive-by while he was conducting surveillance in Brooklyn, New York City’s NBC affiliate reported. The agent, who was not identified in the NBC New York report, suffered a gunshot wound to his shoulder and underwent surgery at Kings County Hospital. He was alert and conscious before going into surgery. The agent was conducting surveillance as part of a drug investigation in the Canarsie neighborhood when the alleged shooter drove a BMW the wrong way down a one-way street, and then blasted the agent’s car, sources told NBC New York. The agent then went after the BMW, stopped at a corner, got out of his car and fired “more than 10 times” at the auto. The suspected shooter left the BMW at an auto repair shot and enlisted a friend to drive him to the hospital. The suspect, who was in custody, underwent surgery for a gunshot wound to his hand, sources told the outlet. The NYPD said there are no outstanding suspects. Charges are pending.