Police are investigating four drive-by shootings that occurred early Sunday. Nobody was hurt in any of the shootings.
Seattle Police say a shooter or shooter fired more than 30 rounds in drive-by shootings at two South Seattle homes early Sunday.
Just after 3 a.m., shots were fired at a home the 4600 block of S. Holden St and another home in the 4800 block of Columbian Drive S. Vehicles were also shot up with a mixture of rifle and handgun rounds.
Both addresses house gang members, police say. Detectives from the Gang Unit will conduct the follow-up for both incidents.
In another incident, a woman was standing in her bedroom looking out the window of her residence in the 4200 block of South Henderson Street. At about 3:10 a.m., someone fired several shots through the bedroom window and into other areas of the house.
Police say the woman ducked down on the floor and didn’t see who the shooter was, but heard a vehicle speeding away on ML. King Way shortly after the last shots were fired.
Officers discovered that six shots were fired through the victim's bedroom window, and approximately five other shots were fired in other areas on the east side of the house.
Six casings were recovered in the southbound lanes of ML King Way, indicating that the shooter (s) possibly fled in that direction.
The family removed two bullets from the interior walls and gave them to officers.
Police say earlier Sunday, at about 1 a.m., a black vehicle, possibly an Acura Integra, occupied by two Asian males, slowly drove by a home in the 4600 block of S. Frontenac St and multiple shots were fired at the residence and at cars parked outside.
Multiple family members were sleeping in the residence at the time, but no one was hurt.
Patrol Officers collected more than 20 bullet casings from the street. Police say the house has been shot at several times before and two members of the household are affiliated street gangs.