Road-raging pair fire gunshots after man honked at them — then return to shoot up his house
A Georgia man and his friend apparently became angry after another driver honked his horn — so police said they followed the man home, fired a gunshot, and then returned two nights later to shoot up his house.
The driver said he was stopped at a red light March 15 behind a Honda Civic, and he told police he honked the horn after the other driver failed to go when the light turned green, reported the WSB-TV.
The Honda’s driver followed him to his house in a Kennesaw subdivision and parked a few driveways away, where a passenger fired several gunshots in warning.
Police said they weren’t sure where the passenger aimed his shots before the driver sped away.
Authorities were unable to find the car that night, but police said the pair returned about 9:15 p.m. March 17 and fired an estimated nine gunshots at the other driver’s home.
“We just don’t understand the mindset they were in to actually come back and do what they did,” said Officer Scott Luther, of Kennesaw police. “It’s very rare, very unusual.”
The man was not home at the time, and no injuries were reported.
A neighbor witnessed the gunfire and called police with a description of their car and a partial license plate number.
That was enough to lead police to Marlo Pinnock, of Stone Mountain, and Richard Perry — who officers spotted a short time later and pulled them over.
Both men were arrested and remain held without bond at the Cobb County Jail.
Watch this video report posted online by WSB-TV: