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2 accused of injuring 3 in random Airsoft shootings
GREENSBORO — Two people are facing assault charges, accused of driving around western Greensboro and shooting and injuring three people with Airsoft guns on Sunday.
Jamestown residents Tyler Warren Harris, 20, of 3212 Peninsula Drive and Wyatt Patrick Rada, 20, of 202 Hassellwood Drive are each charged with three counts of simple assault. Harris is also charged with going armed to the terror of the people, misdemeanor marijuana possession and possession of drug paraphernalia.
The pair were driving around together about 5:20 p.m. on Sunday when they shot and struck two people who were walking at 1722 Bridle Ridge Parkway, said Susan Danielsen.
Another person was shot about 6:50 p.m. at 1401 Bridford Parkway, Danielsen said.
One man was shot in the left side of his waist, according to warrants. The other two victims were women. One was shot in the left side of her head, the other in the back of her head.
The two addresses where the incidents happened are about three miles apart.
The three victims were all outside walking, Danielsen said. The victims did not know Harris or Wyatt.
After the victims were injured, they reported the incidents to police, Danielsen said. All three victims said the suspects were in a dark Volvo. A patrol officer found the car and arrested Wyatt and Harris, Danielsen said.
An Airsoft handgun and Airsoft rifle were used, she added.
Wyatt and Harris were jailed under $5,000 secured bonds.
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