Shots fired into unoccupied Kansas sheriff’s patrol car

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — Authorities say several shots were fired into an unoccupied patrol car belonging to the Wyandotte County Sheriff’s office.

The sheriff’s department says the patrol car was parked in an off-duty deputy’s driveway in Kansas City, Kansas, when the shots were fired early Wednesday. The Kansas City Star reports that no one was hurt.

Someone who lives nearby called authorities to report hearing the sound of gunfire. The sheriff’s office says it appears about a half dozen shots were fired into the car.

Kansas City, Kansas, police are investigating.



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