A Mother's Day shooting in which the home of Indianapolis Colts assistant coach Parks Frazier was hit by more than 70 rounds has been ruled a case of mistaken identity, Indianapolis police reported Monday. Police have arrested a 20-year-old Indianapolis man in connection to the May 12 shooting.
Nobody was hurt in the shooting, which detectives investing the incident indicated came about because of "a feud with known suspects." Detectives have indicated that the house was mistakenly targeted and Frazier was not involved in the feud. No residents were home when the incident occurred.
Witnesses told police that eight young men jumped out of three separate vehicles and fired more than 70 shots that evening. A report on WTHR-TV also said the back door of the home was kicked in and more shots were fired inside. According to the police report, handgun and rifle casings were found in the street as well as a cell phone that may have been dropped at the scene.
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