Police looking for those responsible for throwing rocks into onc - Tucson News Now

Police looking for those responsible for throwing rocks into oncoming traffic

TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

The incident happened Wednesday night on Dorr St. between Detroit and Upton. Several drivers were driving down Dorr when fist sized rocks hit their cars.

Victim Kerry Gordon says four other cars along with hers were hit.

"It was so loud it shook the car," said Kerry. "It sounded like a gunshot."

Kerry was driving down Dorr St. around nine o'clock Wednesday night when her SUV was nailed by a rock. Kerry says all the cars hit pulled over and thankfully no one was hurt.

"I'm just more scared if they continue doing this that it could really injure or kill someone else," said Kerry. "That is my fear."

Kerry says she doesn't care if those responsible are punished, she just wants to make sure they stop before someone gets seriously injured or killed.

If you have any information regarding this crime call crime stoppers at 419-255-1111. 

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