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Update: Car Damaged in Little Rock Park Shooting
Update (July 28):
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Police have released more details about a Sunday night shooting in the Riverdale area.
No one was injured in the incident that left a bullet hole in the back passenger side of a North Little Rock man's car.
The 23-year-old driver of a 2007 Dodge Charger told officers he had been driving in Murray Park around 7 when a white 4-door Mercedes pulled in front of him and his vehicle ran into it.
The man said he then saw the passenger in the Mercedes pull out a gun and fire 7-8 shots toward his car. At that point, the victim drove away from the park and stopped a short distance away in the parking lot of a restaurant to check the damage.
Two witnesses told police they saw the Mercedes chasing the Charger and saw the firing of the gunshots inside the park.
Police describe the suspects only as black men. When caught, they face Terroristic Act charges.
Original story (July 27):
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- A car accident leads to shots being fired near the intersection of Rebsamen Park Road and Riverdale Road.
Police say one of the drivers got upset and fired multiple shots at the other vehicle and sped off.
No one was injured and no suspects are in custody at this time.