Two teenagers have been arrested for shooting at Walmart trucks along Highway 75 in Tulsa County, Oklahoma.
Multiple Walmart Truck Drivers Find Bullet Holes In Their Rigs
Police say that at least eight Walmart trucks were shot, four on Sunday night and four on Monday night. A Swift truck and a passenger vehicle were also shot, according to reports. No one was injured.
Teens Confess To Shooting At Trucks For Target Practice
The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office received a report from a parent who said that his son and his son’s friend had been hunting both nights at the times that the shootings took place.
Police questioned the two fourteen year olds and they confessed to shooting at the trucks for target practice. They said that they did not intend to hurt anyone.
The teens have been charged with eight counts of assault with a deadly weapon and eight counts of reckless handling of firearms.