Police: Drive-by shootings damage cars, no injuries

By Ryan Handy Published: August 31, 2013 | 3:55 pm

Colorado Springs police were called to the scene of drive-by shooting Saturday morning, which left two cars riddled by bullets but injured no one.

Police were called to the Farm Crest Milk store at 3945 Palmer Park Boulevard around 8:30 a.m., to investigate to reports of gunfire in the area. There, officers found several small caliber shells, possibly .22, and one .45 caliber shell. Two vehicles parked in front of 1429 Potter Drive were damaged during two separate drive-by shootings that happened five minutes apart, witnesses told police.

Two different cars drove by when the rounds were heard - one was a small black car, the other was a mid-2000s Pontiac Gran Prix, with a "Mass Auto Pawn" plate on the back.

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