A family of three was uninjured Sunday morning after their house was struck by several shotgun blasts.
A 23-year-old man flagged down a Corpus Christi Police Officer to complain that his family was wakened at 5:30am when the house was damaged by shots from a firearm. Police Officers discovered evidence that the home was damaged by several shots from a firearm. The 23-year-old man, his 20-year-old wife and their 4-year-old boy were not injured in the event.
Police gathered evidence from the scene. The 23-year-old man said he rents the home and the family had moved into the home last month. The family does not know who may have discharged the firearm at the home and the investigation continues to reveal who may be responsible for this crime.
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