LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Radcliff Police say three people have been charged with attempted murder after they shot up several apartments in Hardin County.

The incident took place on Tuesday, Aug. 8, on N. Woodland Drive, near the intersection of N. Dixie Boulevard and N. Wilson Road.

Police say 20-year-old Keon Anderson, 21-year-old Keion Dodds and 23-year-old David Pearson drove to an apartment at that location and began firing at a man and a woman. According to arrest reports, bullets went through windows and walls at several nearby apartments -- apartments police say were occupied at the time of the shootings.

One of the victims was later able to identify Anderson, Dodds and Pearson from a lineup of photos, according to the arrest reports. 

Days later, on Friday night, police were sent to an apartment on Navaho Drive, near the scene of the shooting, after someone reported that drugs were being sold at that location. When officers arrived, they say they could detect a strong odor of marijuana coming from the apartment.

Police say they executed a search warrant at the apartment and found two ounces of suspected marijuana, digital scales, and materials used in the packaging of large amounts of marijuana. 

Police arrested Anderson, Pearson and Dodds, who were allegedly in the home at the time. According to arrest reports, Anderson and Dodds are known members of the "Hot Boi Nation" gang. 

Officer allegedly found a handgun that had been stolen from Sportsman Rod & Gun in Elizabethtown in the center console of Pearson's car.

All three of the men are charged with attempted murder, first-degree wanton endangerment and trafficking in marijuana. Dodds and Anderson are both charged with possession of a handgun by a convicted felon. Pearson is also charged with receipt of stolen property (a handgun).

All three of the men are currently being held in the Hardin County Detention Center.

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