PHOENIX (KPHO/KTVK) –
The Arizona Department of Public Safety is examining more incidentsinvolving cars being hit by projectileson Thursday.
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Troopers reactedreplied to an incidentinvolving asemitruck at 67th Avenue and Interstate10 late Thursday morning, and anotherinvolving a passenger automobile at state Route 51 and Shea Boulevard.DPS also is looking at damage to an armored truck at I-10 and Elliot Road.No more info is available at this time.Thesethreeincidents took place simply hours after DPS cannon fodders were called to 2 other scenes.DPSresponded toa report of a broken vehicle window that occurred on Interstate 10 in the area of 83rd Avenue around 5:45 amTrooper Tim Case said a projectile smashed a carsdrivers side rear window.At this time, it has not been confirmed as a shooting.The male driver who was on his way to work advanced to Interstate 17 and Thomas Road and contactedDPS.DPS also is investigating a delayed report of a bullet that struck an industrial vehicle.The motorist made the discovery prior to he took the automobile out Thursday early morning. Detectives were called to the area of 83rd Opportunity and Latham Street to examine the hole found inthe side of the truck and determined it was caused by a bullet. It is not clearwhere or when it happened.Two vehicles might have likewise been struck by projectiles on the Loop 202 San Tan near Higley Road on Thursday early morning. DPS validated that a minimum of among the incidents
is possibly relevant to the I-10 occurrences. The front windscreen of a Chevrolet Tahoe was badly harmed when something hit it. The lady who was driving stated she was going westbound on the Loop 202 at roughly 9:20 am when it happened.Authorities have been investigating incidents involving automobiles being hit by projectiles along Valley freeways considering that Aug. 29. 8 of the projectiles have actually been verified as bullets. [READ: 11 shooting occurrences under examination by Arizona State detectives] Its a huge puzzle, Case said.Were attemptingaiming to put all the pieces together right now to finish it and get a more comprehensive view of whats going on so we can
findlearn the individual or persons that are doing this.In a rundown at 2:15 pm on Thursday, Trooper Case stated there have been eleven verified freeway occurrences given that Aug. 29. 7 of those incidents involved bullets and four of them were projectiles. Phoenix police, the Federal Bureau of Examination, and theBureau
of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are aiding the Arizona Department of Public Safety with the investigation.This is our top concern in the administration and the leading concern of the Department of Public Safety, Gov. Doug Ducey stated when asked about the incidents. Ive been personally briefed by Director Milstead the other day on this. So Id ask Arizonans to remain alert and aware and we are going to discover whos doing this and bring them to justice
. Luckily nobody has actually been hurt at this time.Anyone with info is asked to call the suggestion line, 602-644-5805. [SPECIAL AREA: Freeway Shootings] DPS says a minimum of one victim chance at this early morning on the Loop 202 is possibly associated to I-10 shootings pic.twitter.com/eTroq8Pknl Ashleigh Barry (@Ashleigh3TV) September 10, 2015 Ding in semi at 67th Ave amp; I-10 … may be 3rd automobile struck today pic.twitter.com/dmrphJtkhf Mike Watkiss( @mikewatkiss3tv)September 10, 2015
Now on 51N near Shea Blvd. to examine another possible automobile struck … pic.twitter.com/xdarUGoyEN Ashleigh Barry(@Ashleigh3TV)September 10, 2015 Another possible I-10 shooting at 67th Ave. involving semi. no confirmation
yet from DPS pic.twitter.com/J7RtY1NUe4 Ashleigh Barry(@Ashleigh3TV)September 10, 2015 Up until now 11 shootings confirmed. Most present details here: http://t.co/rDrVx4ywjY #AZfreewayshootings Ariz. State Troopers (@Arizona_DPS) September 10, 2015
INVESTIGATION: Cannon fodders and Detectives on scene conduction investigation into projectile hitting semi. #DPSNews pic.twitter.com/5KTccXW7SO Tim Case, PIO( @dps_pio_case )September 10, 2015
We are currently investigating a postponed report of a bullet that struck an office automobile. No other details is available. Ariz. State Troopers(@Arizona_DPS)September 10
, 2015 2nd possible projectile to hit a car along i10 this early morning. DPS investigating. pic.twitter.com/2rPVDCLVIK Jaime Cerreta (@cerretanews) September 10, 2015
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