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19-year-old Kyle Peebles was one of four teens shooting firearms from a home on McCrory Lane in Nashville on May 24. They were shooting in the direction of a nearby home that faced Poplar Creek Road, where officers responded to a shots-fired call in progress at 7 p.m. The victims told police they were in their driveway when they heard gunshots and a whistling noise over their heads as the bullets flew past them, striking the branches directly above their heads. The victims took cover, and officers arrived and continued to hear gunshots from across the road. Officers tracked the gunfire to a home on McCrory Lane, where Peebles admitted to firing at paper targets toward Poplar Creek Road and being an owner of one of the firearms used. The teenager was found with a vape pen in his possession, which he continued to inhale in the presence of officers, and was additionally charged accordingly.
Kyle Peebles of Temple Ridge Ct in Nashville, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on May 24th, charged with five counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, consumption of alcohol under the age of 21 and reckless endangerment. He is free on a $18,000 bond.