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The owner of a local firing range and her husband were reportedly nearly struck by gunfire during an apparent drive-by shooting at their residence early Friday.

Jan Morgan, 56, filed a report with the Garland County Sheriff's Department stating that shortly after 1:30 a.m. an "unknown number of unknown suspects" drove past her business, The Gun Cave Indoor Firing Range, 1225 Blacksnake Road, which is also her residence, and fired approximately five rounds at the building.

Morgan said she and her husband, 72, were sleeping inside the residence when the shooting occurred.

A witness, 24, who lives across the road, stated he was looking out his window and saw a white four-door passenger car drive away from the scene in the direction of Mountain Pine Road just after the shots were fired.

Deputies located five bullet holes in the building, including two where the bullets passed through the building and one that reportedly passed in close proximity to Morgan's head where she slept.

The incident was still under investigation Monday, but no arrests had been made. Anyone with information about the incident or possible suspects should contact the sheriff's department at 622-3660.

Local on 12/31/2019

Print Headline: Drive-by shooting at The Gun Cave nearly strikes owner, husband Friday

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