GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. — Gwinnett County residents say they are growing concerned when driving down a popular residential road.
Gwinnett County police confirmed with Channel 2′s Ashli Lincoln that they are investigating after pellet rounds were fired at several drivers.
Drivers say the shootings are happening on Kilgore Road near Cross Street. Police say other drivers have reported their cars being struck by pellets.
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One driver, who didn’t want to be identified, says he was shot in the neck after a pellet round went flying through his car.
He says the pellet is currently lodged in his neck after doctors determined it’s too risky to operate.
“I thought holy crap I’m dead, I thought it hit a carotid artery,” he said.
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Candance Yanes says she’s seen a number of drivers complain about these shootings on their next door app.
“We drive through there all the time and just the thought of one of them being hit it’s scary,” she said.
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Gwinnett County police say they have not identified a suspect at this time. They are asking anyone with information to contact them at 404.577.TIPS(8477).
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