JOHNSON COUNTY, KS (KCTV) — Residents in certain areas of Johnson County are up in arms because of people firing off guns near homes.
On Thursday, KCTV5’s Greg Payne looked into the complications that have made enforcing such situations tough for law enforcement.
“So, here is where the bullet entered through our exterior wall,” said Matthew Keys.
It’s a constant reminder for him of May 31.
“I was working in my garage and I heard glass shatter,” he recalled.
Keys said that, for hours, a group of college students on their own family property nearby were shooting off firearms.
“Went outside and walked around while they were still firing, checked all my windows, and realized that none of the windows were broken,” he said.
It wasn’t until the next day that his son noticed glass shattered in their computer room.
“The bullet actually ricocheted off of the picture frame and