A boy got shot twice at different places
Washington police are examining after a house was targeted twice with two shots in three days.
The authorities released a statement that says drive-bys occurred on July 4th and 7th in 800 blocks of West Viola Street.
The boy got an injury in the leg in the first shooting:
An 11-year-old boy has allegedly wounded in the leg amidst the first shooting, which occurred at 11:50 pm on Saturday. The press release stated that he was taken to the hospital and released.
On Tuesday at 12:50, Yakima police officers replied to the same house amidst complaints of gunfire from another car. Officers reportedly discovered 60 shells from the spot.
The boy was again shot in the leg in the second shooting, her sister got 2 wounds in the leg
And the police said, “This time, the 11-year-old boy was again hit by a bullet in the leg and his 9-year-old sister was injured by a bullet in the leg.” Police said the old man has shot in the leg again and his 9-year-old sister was injured with a live bullet in the leg.
The two children were taken to the hospital and discharged on Tuesday. It was not quickly clear where the children were at the property when filming took place.
The motive behind the shooting is yet to be disclosed
Investigators are said to have interviewed the family of the victims of the shooting to confirm why this house was targeted. Yakima police chief Matt Murai called the two episodes of shootings “painful and disturbing” and requested the public to provide any information.