LPD investigates three different shootings
LINCOLN, Neb. -- The Lincoln Police Department is looking into three reported drive-by shootings at different locations early Tuesday morning.
LPD said officers were dispatched to a home near 28th St. and D St. at 12:50 a.m. A man reported that he was walking his dog and saw a Sedan stop in front of a home.
Officers said the witness reported hearing four to five gunshots before the vehicle quickly drove away from the area, heading east. Officers found .223 caliber and 9mm shell casings at the scene. The home that was shot at was reportedly hit four times and the damage is estimated at $1,190 with no injuries reported.
According to authorities, they were sent to another home near Jameson North and Canterbury Lane at 3:30 a.m. on a report of four to five gunshots being heard. A resident reported hearing several gunshots, ran outside, and saw a small vehicle leave the area quickly.
Officials said officers found two homes had been hit by gunfire. One home was reportedly hit twice with an estimated damage of $215 while the other home had been hit three times with an estimated damage of $210. Officers found .223 caliber and 9mm shell casings at the scene and no injuries were reported.
LPD said officers were dispatched to one more home near 17th St. and Knox St. at 3:45 a.m. for a report of five gunshots heard. A resident reported hearing gunshots and then hearing a vehicle speeding away.
Police said only one home had been hit by gunfire. The home had reportedly been hit 10 times with damage estimated at $800. No injuries were reported and officers found 9mm shell casings at the scene.
All three of these investigations are ongoing and anyone with information can contact LPD at 402-441-6000 or Crime Stoppers at 402-475-3600.