Milledgeville police are looking into a drive-by shooting that happened late Sunday night on Grandview Drive.
Gunfire damaged a residence and two cars, authorities said.
No arrests had been made as of Monday afternoon, authorities said. Detectives are still working on solving the case, according to Felicia Cummings, police department spokeswoman.
According to an incident report from Officer W. Brooks, several officers went to two different intersections and a home crime scene just a little before 10:40 p.m. Sunday night.
Officer Brooks met with the complainant, a juvenile, who said she was inside her house when she heard gun shots. She said that she could not see the suspect because she was on the ground, staying away from the bullets.
The juvenile witness did say that she saw a dark colored vehicle speed away from the home. Another MPD Officer, Officer Daniels was also in the area and reportedly found multiple shell casings near the intersection of Anthony Way and Grandview Drive.
Other officers arrived to meet Officer Daniels and mark off where the shell casings were found and Officer Brooks was sent back to the original crime scene due to a bullet hole and bullet being found in the back bedroom of the home.
In addition to the bullet hole and bullet being found in a residence, at another residence on Grandview Drive, an officer found a Nissan Altima with both rear windows shattered.
An Officer Binion, who was also working the scene at the intersection of Grandview Drive and Grandview Court stated that he had another car that had been shot. The driver of this car stated she was driving down Grandview Drive when multiple men began shooting from across the street. There were three holes in this car in the driver's side front wheel, the hood of the car and the rear driver’s side door.
MPD Detective Everett January is now in charge of the investigation.