Two teenagers were inside the garage of a Jubilee Circle home in Bonaire when shots were fired early Wednesday.
More than 20 shots were fired at the home about 30 minutes before 1 a.m., said Houston County sheriff's Capt. Jon Holland, head of investigations. No one was hurt.
"Two dark-colored vans pulled up in the roadway in front of the house. A white male got out of one of the vans and shots started being fired toward the home that these guys were in," Holland said.
The incident is being investigated as a drive-by shooting and aggravated assault, he said.
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An 18-year-old met arriving Houston County sheriff's deputies, according to an incident report.
The teenager told the deputies that he and a friend were sitting inside the garage with the door open when two blue or black vans pulled up and stopped in front of the house.
His 17-year-old friend ran to push the garage door button after one of the people in the van got out. Shots rang out as the garage door was nearly closed.
The 17-year-old described the driver as a man with blonde hair who allegedly got out of a van and started firing as the garage door was closing, the report said.
The two teenagers ran inside the home.
Deputies found multiple shell casings of different colors in the front of the house and in the road. They found bullet holes in the garage door, according to the report.
A Honda Accord parked in the garage had multiple gunshots to its rear bumper, trunk and passenger side rear tire.
A 30-year-old resident inside the home heard the shots fired and hit the floor. A 67-year-old grandmother and a 6-year-old were also in the home and were asleep at the time of the incident.
A neighbor who heard the gunfire called 911.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Houston County sheriff's Sgt. Greg Pennycuff at 478-218-4790 or 478-542-2080.