SPD Investigating Drive-By Shooting In North Spokane - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

DEVELOPING STORY: SPD Investigating Drive-By Shooting In North Spokane

KHQ.COM - Right now Spokane Police are looking for the suspects in a drive-by shooting early Friday morning in north Spokane.

It happened at around 5:30 a.m. in the alley of the 5000 block of North Madison near the intersection with Queen.   

Police have confirmed to KHQ that bullets hit a home, a vehicle and a shed. In all, nine shots were fired. No one was hurt. 

The homeowners say they were drinking coffee in the living room when the shots rang out. One bullet narrowly missed going through the window, only a few feet from where they were sitting watching Olympic coverage.

Police told KHQ that multiple guns were used. The homeowner, Jerry Mims, told police that he has "doesn't have any beef" with anyone. Currently police are investigating this incident as a drive-by shooting.

The homeowners say they have surveillance equipment and may have captured the incident on camera. Police are looking into those claims.    

Look for updates on this story on KHQ.com, including our NewsBreaks streaming live weekdays at 10, Noon & 2, as well as our Facebook and Twitter feeds @KHQLocalNews.

 

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