Friday, March 24, 2023

Cars, apartment struck by shots at College Grove

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Multiple shots were fired at College Grove Apartments late Friday night, causing damage to vehicles and one apartment.

Police responded just after midnight to multiple reports of shots fired at the complex. One witness, an MTSU student, said he was making dinner when he saw “about 10 males” arguing in the parking lot outside his apartment. He then heard multiple gunshots and his bedroom window shatter. No one inside the apartment was struck by the bullet.

Detectives also met with two more witnesses, who also heard multiple gunshots. Each of their vehicles received damage from the shots; one in the passenger’s door and one’s rear passenger window.

There are no suspects at this time.

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