Wash. deputy's patrol car, home hit in drive-by shooting
Suspect drove up and fired four shots, hitting the cruiser at least twice and the deputy's house once
KENT, Wash. — Investigators examined bullet holes in the back of a King County deputy's patrol car that was hit in a drive-by shooting in Kent.
Police said someone drove up and fired four shots, hitting the cruiser at least twice and the deputy's house once. A black car in the open garage had its back windshield shot out, according to an officer at the scene.
No one was hurt in the incident. There is no information about a suspect at this time.
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