Police were investigating a number of Chillicothe pellet gun attacks on Tuesday.
Police were called to Leonard Glispie’s Sugar Street home twice during the weekend after two of his windows were shattered.
“My wife heard something break, and I came to check and the kitchen window had been shot out,” Gilspie said.
Officers said that they believed suspects were targeting cars, homes and people in the neighborhood around East Second and North Sugar streets. Four reports were taken in less than 24 hours.
In one case, a man was walking down the street when he was shot in the face. The man, who was not immediately identified, was not seriously injured.
“If it keeps going the way it is, yes somebody is going to get seriously hurt,” Glispie said.
William Bailey, who also found himself a victim of vandals, said that police have been searching for those responsible.
“I come out here, walked around my car, I looked down and saw the mark and I saw the pellet hole,” Bailey said. “They have to catch him, that’s all there is to it, and the cops have been looking for them.”
The tiny hole cost Bailey hundreds of dollars in repairs.
Police said that they were looking for at least two teenagers armed with pellet guns. Both were seen riding bicycles.
“It just makes me sick to my stomach that somebody would do something like that,” Glispie said.
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