Window Shot But Not by a Gun in Kennewick
KENNEWICK, Wash. -- A loud bang leaves one family scared for their lives and lands one man in jail. Alice and Greg Webber were sitting inside their house when they heard a loud noise at their window. They thought it was a gunshot and called police.
It all happened on the 3300 block of South Vancouver in Kennewick. Police went after the suspect's vehicle after seeing the cracked window. They spotted the White Grand Cherokee near 19th and Vancouver and arrested 43-year-old Troy Gose.
Inside his car they found a wrist rocket and ball bearings, which they believe were used to shoot the window. Police say this is a serious crime.
Kennewick Police Sergeant Jesse Mill said, "You could see what a little fun will get you, a trip to the county jail, besides a felony charge that'll be with you the rest of your life. So you you have to determine how much fun that would really be."
The Webbers say this is not the first time their property has been vandalized. They have had two car windows broken since the end of December. They hope Saturday's arrest will end the vandalism and allow them to feel safe in their home again.