JPD: Bullet traveled through 4 walls of neighbor's home | Crime
A Jonesboro man faces charges after police say he opened fire on a group of women. Police say one of the bullets went through four walls, including the bedroom, of a nearby home.
Averin Huggins, 20, is charged with two counts of a terroristic act and assault on a family or household member.
According to the police report, Huggins fired several rounds after a group of women, including his girlfriend, started fighting in front of his residence in the 400-block of Miller Street.
One of the seven victims told police Huggins threw his girlfriend onto the ground then ran into his apartment and grabbed a gun. When he came back outside Huggins reportedly opened fire.
The witnesses and a police officer who was nearby reported hearing anywhere from six to 10 shots.
One of the bullets reportedly traveled through the window of a nearby residence, down a hallway and through four walls before coming to a rest on a bathroom sink.
Police searched Huggins’ home but did not find a weapon; however, they reportedly found an empty 9mm ammunition box.
Photo provided by Craighead County Sheriff's Office.