Orange police are investigating shots fired at a pickup truck outside a Simmons Drive bar early Sunday morning. No one was reported injured.
Police went to a house on FM 3247 about 1:20 a.m. Sunday where two men were reporting the shooting. A man told officers he had been at a bar with his father.
Detective Captain Robert Enmon said the two men told the patrol officer that as were driving away from the bar, a man flagged them down. He claimed the pickup truck had hit his car. Then three young adults came out and an argument began. One in the group pulled out a gun and fired it into the ground.
The son and father told police they then drove away. As they were leaving, gunshots were fired at the pickup truck. A bullet hit the back window and another hit the tailgate.
Two vehicle burglaries in the Sunset Drive area were reported Friday morning and two residential burglaries in the Ridgemont-Roselawn neighborhood were reported during the weekend.
Orange police went the first car burglary, which was at the Sunset Grove Apartments, 2801 Sunset Drive, about 6 a.m. Friday. About two hours later, officers went to a house in the 2500 block of Colonial Drive in Country Club Estates subdivision east of the apartment complex. Detective Captain Robert Enmon said both vehicles had been left unlocked.
A woman living in the Orange Apartments, 3333 Ridgemont Drive, called about a burglary Saturday afternoon. The woman said she had been gone for about two weeks. She returned to discover the front door and a back sliding glass door were open. Missing items included a microwave oven, eating utensils, pots and pans, clothing, a box of diapers, and food.
About 8 Friday night, police went to a house in the 400 block of Azalea Avenue in Roselawn. Captain Enmon said the residents had one to a store for about an hour and a half. When they returned, items like video games, a video game player, sports cards, and a .40 caliber pistol were missing. Enmon said the burglar got inside through and unlocked kitchen window.
-Margaret Toal, KOGT-