NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Two homes were shot up on a street in a North Nashville early Tuesday morning.
It happened in the 400 block of Monticello Street around 2 a.m. One home had a bullet shot through a window, but no one was home.
A second home had a bullet got through a window, into the living room, and through a bathroom wall. Two people were inside the home at the time but no one was injured. Two other bullet holes were found in the brick exterior of the house.
“We’ve lived here two years,” said resident Isaac Gill. “We have loved living on this street in this neighborhood its great we have great neighbors.”
Gill said the neighborhood is typically quiet.
“I assumed it was firecrackers since it was July 3 going on the Fourth of July,” said Gill. “My wife was looking up on the news this morning and was like ‘I bet that was gunshots last night’ and sure enough she found that it was on our street the 400 block of Monticello Street.”
Metro police told News 2 there was no suspect description and believe it could have been random gunfire.
One of the homeowners said they had only lived in the home for a couple of weeks.
“You don’t want that to happen to you and you certainly don’t want it to happen to your neighbors,” Gill said. “A lot of our neighbors have young kids. We love those kids and we would never want to see anything bad happen to them.”
Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 615-74-CRIME.