Redding Neighboorhood Scared by Drive By Shooting

A North Redding Community was woken up by sounds of gunfire this morning.

Posted: Jan 15, 2018 6:28 PM

Redding CA- A north Redding community is shaken from early morning shots that rang out from a sedan driving down their street. It happened around12:50 a.m. when police responded to multiple calls of multiple shots fired on Edgwood Drive in North Redding. When officers arrived, they found over 2 dozen shell casings lining the street, stretching from the 1400 to the 1100 block of Edgewood Drive. Witness’s say that the gunfire came from a dark sedan last seen leaving the area in the direction of Kirkwood Drive. Residents were also confident that the fire arms used were large in caliber and could have done some serious damage


According to Redding Police, there is no evidence that anybody was struck by gunfire and no property damage occurred. Many residents believe that the car came from down the street and was an attempt to scare the community. Residents like mother and daughters Susan and Erin Woodward hoped it was just a prank and not something more serious.

Anybody was information is asked to contact Redding Police.

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