Two arrested after “warning shot” fired from Aberdeen window
ABERDEEN, Wash. – Two men were arrested after one of them fired a “warning shot” out of his upstairs window Monday night.
Police Captain John Green tells us around 9:45 Monday night they responded to the 1100 block of East Market Street, the suspects told investigators that they fired because they were concerned for their safety when three men knocked at their front door.
Investigating officers were told that the suspects where inside a relatives home in the 1100 Block of E. Market St. when three subjects came to the door and knocked. Officers were told one subject knocked while two others hid in the brush. The two suspects were allegedly concerned for there safety with one suspect firing a “warning” shot out the upstairs window in an effort to scare away the subjects at the door. The subjects apparently fled and the police where called.
No injuries were reported, a 21 year old man was arrested for discharging a weapon within city limits, and unlawful posession of a firearm, a 24 year old Aberdeen man was also arrested on an outstanding Aberdeen warrant.