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Local family's home hit 4th time by gunfire

Posted at 5:55 PM, Nov 27, 2015

A local family's home was hit again by gunfire overnight.

It happened at a home near Commerce Street and Craig Road.

This is the fourth time in a month that the home has been targeted at and the residents say that they have no idea why it is happening.

This time, their truck was also hit.
 

"We just want to know why. Is it a case of mistaken identity or what? We can't go on living here like this," says homeowner Richard Salton. "My wife's a bundle of nerves. I'm a bundle of nerves. We can't stay here under these conditions. We can't function under these conditions."

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The homeowner has installed security cameras, but so far he has not figured out who is responsible.

They have also established a GoFundMe account in hopes of raising enough money to move. Click here for page.