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Sunday, May 31, 2015

Shawnee home hit by gunfire early Sunday morning

Posted: May 31, 2015 - 10:41am
Updated: June 1, 2015 10:03am


Johnson County Sheriff's Office Crime Scene Unit parked at the scene
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Shawnee Police are investigating after someone fired at least two gunshots at a house this morning.

Officers were called to a home located in the 14400 block of West 65th Terrace just after 2:41 a.m. Sunday on a report of shots fired into a house. The address is located about one-third of a mile east of Shawnee Mission Parkway and Lackman Road.

Major Dan Tennis said officers were called to the home at about 2 a.m. in reference to a noise complaint

"Officers responded to the house and asked the residents to quiet down and they agreed to comply," Tennis said.

The 911 call reporting shots being fired at the home came about 40 minutes later.

Investigators stand in the street just in front of the address
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According to radio traffic, the person reporting the incident was inside the home when the shots were fired and had moved everyone to the basement.

No one was injured during the shooting and Shawnee police say they have no suspect description or information at this time.

"We've got these guys [Johnson County Sheriff's Office Crime Scene] out here getting all of the evidence that we can," Detective Herrmann said.

Crime Scene Technicians could be seen at the end of the home's driveway using a 3D laser scanner to map the home's front yard. One marker was placed just inside the home's front door and another was in the front yard near a large tree. A bullet hole was also visible in the back window of a vehicle parked in the driveway.


Crime Scene Technicians use a 3D laser scanner to map the home's front yard
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A bullet hole can be see on the rear windshield of this vehicle parked in the driveway
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