KETTERING, Ohio (WDTN) - Shell casings littered the street in front of Dustin Boggs'house in the 1500 block of Norton Avenue in Kettering just beforenoon Sunday morning.
"It's crazy. I've never been a part of anything like this all mylife, with so many cops and stuff going around," Boggs said.
Boggs said he and his wife had just returned home when theshooting started.
"My wife was putting groceries away and she started screamingfor me, and I came up and there were guys running up and down thestreet with guns and shooting at each other," Boggs said.
According to police many neighbors saw or heard the shooting andcalled for help. When officers arrived, the shooters were gone, butaccording to investigators, there is reason to believe that thesuspects also left their mark in Dayton. Officers were called toWoodbine Avenue, just a few blocks north of the shooting scene atabout the same time. Neighbors reported seeing two cars chasingeach other over sidewalks and through yards.
"There was some talk and speculation that perhaps this spilledover from an incident in Dayton involving a hit skip or twovehicles chasing one another, so we're still in the process oftrying to determine what the facts are and what we're dealingwith," said Officer Michael Burke, Kettering Police.
Police are still looking into whether the incidents are related,and officers are still searching for the suspects.
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