WARNER ROBINS -- A house was shot up early Sunday morning in the 100 block of Camellia Circle but no one was hurt.
According to a Warner Robins police incident report, an officer was dispatched about 1:30 a.m. to the area of Ignico Drive and Camellia Circle in reference to multiple calls of shots fired.
At the Camellia Circle home, the officer found several shell casings. One of the residents drove up and told the officer he just got home from getting something to eat. He told the officer he had no idea what happened or why anyone would fire at his residence, the report stated.
A woman living at the home said she awoke to the sound of broken glass and gunfire. She rolled out of the bed and onto the floor when the shooting started. Another resident was lying down when he heard shots fired. He also did know why anyone would shoot at the house, according to the report.
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The officer found eight bullets holes in the front of residence. Two were lodged inside the residence, and six .380-caliber bullet casings were found in the driveway near the street north of the residence.
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