The victim stated he believed he had been followed home by an unknown male, who shot him one time as he was exiting his vehicle in the driveway
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) is investigating a drive-by shooting that took place Friday night in Five Corners.
On Friday (Oct. 15) at about 10:25 p.m., CCSO deputies responded to the 9400 block of NE 100th Way on the report of a “Disturbance with a Weapon.” A 9-1-1 caller reported he had been shot in the leg by an unknown male, possibly driving a red Jeep.
Responding units located the male victim inside his residence with one gunshot wound to the leg. Deputies located the victim’s car in the driveway with multiple bullet holes to the driver’s side, roof, and rear-end. Several shell casings were collected from the roadway in front of, and near, the victim’s residence.
The victim stated he believed he had been followed home by an unknown male, who shot him one time as he was exiting his vehicle in the driveway.
Witnesses in the neighborhood reported a vehicle fleeing the neighborhood just after the shooting. The witnesses described the vehicle as being a red or orange SUV or hatchback.
The case is under further investigation by the Clark County Sheriff’s Office Tactical Detective Unit.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.