Dozens of shots were reportedly fired into the home of an NFL assistant coach on Sunday evening. Thankfully, no one was harmed.
The home is owned by Parks Frazier, the right-hand man of Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich. Frazier purchased the home last July in the Sunningdale Commons subdivision in the west side of Indianapolis.
Roughly 70 shots were reportedly fired into the home just before 6 p.m. on Mother’s Day. No one was home at the time of the shooting.
Eight men in three cars reportedly pulled up outside of the home and started firing.
RTV6 in Indianapolis had more details:
The rear door was also kicked in and several rounds were fired into the house from there.
The police report said handgun and rifle casings were found in the street, directly in front of the house.
A cell phone belonging to one of the suspects was dropped at the scene and found by police.
More than 80 shots fired at west-side home belonging to Colts assistant, Parks Frazier.
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Police are currently investigating the incident. There are no other details at this time.
Frazier is a former college football quarterback who’s been rising in the coaching ranks. He’s now the assistant to head coach Frank Reich.