Police: Smyrna Drive-By Shooting Victim Not Cooperative


Smyrna Police Department (SPD) detectives are actively working to identify the suspect(s) involved in a late Thursday afternoon shooting incident.

Officials said on Thursday, April 18th, at approximately 5:40 pm SPD patrol division officers were alerted to a drive-by shooting which had just occurred in the 600 block of Dairy Drive (Sunnyside Village).[ms-protect-content id=”35525,36371,36374,36464,36481″]
Responding officers located a vehicle which had been damaged by a bullet. Further investigation has revealed this shooting was the result of an argument between known parties, with the suspect(s) returning to the neighborhood armed with a firearm in a vehicle and firing at an occupied dwelling, police said.

Officials said detectives are receiving very limited cooperation from the alleged victim in this case.

More information about this incident/investigation will be released as it becomes available. Any person(s) with information or video of the incident are encouraged to contact SPD Det. Bill Davis at 302-653-9217. Tipsters may remain anonymous.[ms-membership-logout]

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