The Macon police gang unit is investigating a fight at an Eisenhower Parkway club, where shots were fired in the air.
Police were called to Happy Club at 3640 Eisenhower Parkway about 1 a.m. Sunday, where they found a 15-year-old boy bleeding and bruised, according to a police report.
The teen wouldnt talk, but his brother and a family friend said several young men came into the club where they were sitting on a couch and attacked them. The brother told police he was hit and fell, then was kicked. The friend said he was hit in the head.
The report said the group had about 10 young men, and they had a gun and a set of brass knuckles. At one point shots were fired into the air outside the club, and police collected shell casings.
About 4 a.m. Sunday, police responded to Oglesby Place after a mans house was shot at several times, according to a separate police report.
The man told police he heard at least three gunshots and a car driving away. Police found a bullet hole in a front window and another in a gutter, according to the report.
The man told police his son was at the scene of the earlier confrontation.
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