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Crimes and courts

June 26, 2014

Possible drive-by shooting in Langley

Pryor Times — Authorities are on the look-out for a Pontiac Grand Am that is connected to a drive-by shooting in Langley.

The shooting allegedly happened Monday night, and Langley Police Department says no one was injured.

“A neighbor called and said he thought he heard gunshots, but another neighbor thought it was fireworks,” said Langley Police Officer  Ron Gamble, who went to the residence to see what had happened.

Gamble said he found four gun shots in the side of the trailer home. Three had gone straight through while the fourth was lodged in the fireplace.

No one was home at the time of the alleged shooting, according to Gamble.

“The shots were .45 caliber and were from east to west as the gun was pointed out the window of the vehicle,” said Gamble.

Authorities believe the suspect is driving a silver Pontiac Grand Am with Arkansas plates.

The owner of the trailer recognized the vehicle description as belonging to an acquaintance of hers. Gamble said the the suspect, whose name is not being released at this time, has been in trouble with the law before.

The incident is still under investigation.

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