Police look into complaints of stray bulletsMarch 20, 2017
By The Associated Press
SPENCER — Police are investigating the origin of stray bullets that have struck two homes located north of the Precision Gun Range in Owen County.
The Bloomington Herald-Times reports that the gun range has temporarily closed as officers from the Indiana State Police and the Owen County Sheriff’s Department look into complaints about the stray bullets.
An owner of the gun range is waiting until the investigation is complete to comment but says she wants proof the bullets came from the gun range and not elsewhere.
Jerry and Kathy Wise say they found bullet holes on their property. They also say a .223-caliber rifle bullet was lodged into the siding on their house.
Police found an additional bullet hole at a residence west of the Wise home. The investigation is ongoing.
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