No one injured in drive-by shooting in Daytona Beach

Bullets left windows of home shattered, police say


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The windows and front door of a home were left damaged after a drive-by shooting Sunday night, according to the Daytona Beach Police Department.

The shooting happened on Marion Street around 7:30 p.m.

Authorities said witnesses in the area heard five to seven gunshots. The rounds struck the house, windows and the front door, according to police.

Authorities said no one was hurt in the shooting.

A woman who was inside the home said she laid on her floor when she heard gunshots and glass shattering then moments later, she heard the sound of a car driving away, records show.

A man said he was in the bathroom when the shooting happened and when he looked out the window, he saw a small, dark-colored vehicle driving away, according to the report.

The people who live in the house told police they do not know why someone would want to shoot at their residence.

Police said seven shell casings were found outside the home. There were bullet holes to the front windows and one to the front door, according to authorities.

No one saw the shooting happen, but police said an unknown black vehicle may be involved.

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