Public Safety meeting November 5
Teen burglars shoot at pursuers
10/16/2018 – 12:12 PM. 6400 block Bridge Rd. A maintenance worker and a resident of a Bridge Rd. condominium complex say one of two suspected teenage intruders fired a gun at them as the men chased after the young intruders shortly after noon.
The resident said the teens ran into the underground parking garage just as he was pulling out. He stopped, and joined the condo employee as both men pursued the teens on foot after they fled the building.
The victims said the teens were about 15-yards in front of them when one produced a handgun and fired a round.
There were no injuries. The victims believe the teens were likely trying to gain entry to burglarize the building.
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