By Bay Town News Company
PETALUMA — A 28-yr-aged Petaluma guy was arrested early Friday early morning soon after what law enforcement say was the negligent discharge of a firearm within his home.
No just one was hurt, and no a person else was inside of the man’s home, found in the 2100 block of Willow Drive.
Just just before 6 a.m., police officers were being dispatched to Willow Push to investigate suspicious conditions next a 911 get in touch with from a particular person at a separate area been given a phone from the arrested suspect, Tyler Elliott, who informed them he had shot another person within his home.
Officers arrived on scene but did not detect any indicators of a disturbance. which include any suspicious people today in the community.
Times later on, police dispatchers received a call from Elliott, who was then requested to arrive outside.
Officers found an assault rifle within the home and found a shattered glass door. The door appeared to have been shot at from within the home, causing it to shatter.
Just after talking with Elliott, officers determined there was not any evidence that proposed an intruder was within or attempting to break in. Elliott was arrested for the negligent discharge of a firearm, amid other connected prices. He was booked into Sonoma County Jail.
Officers imagine only 1 shot was fired. The surrounding area was checked for the location and way of the bullet. It is believed the bullet entered Elliott’s yard, fragmenting when it struck a concrete patio.
Everyone with information and facts about this incident is requested to make contact with Ofc. McGovern at (707) 778-4372.