No injuries reported after 'disgruntled truck driver' fires shots outside printing plant in Seymour, Indiana
No one was hurt after a "disgruntled truck driver" fired several shots outside a Seymour, Indiana printing plant early Tuesday morning, police said.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – No one was hurt after a "disgruntled truck driver" fired several shots outside a Seymour, Indiana printing plant early Tuesday morning, police said.
The driver and another driver, a tandem truck driving team, could face charges once lab tests on a gun and shell casings are returned from Indiana State Police, said Seymour police chief Bill Abbott.
Those tests may not be complete for several weeks.
One of the drivers became upset about a delivery issue about 4 a.m. and fired the shots in a parking lot of the R.R. Donnelley printing plant on A Avenue East, in the Freeman Field industrial park.
No shots were directed at the printing plant building, Abbott said.
Police were interviewing the two drivers Tuesday morning. Police found "at least three handguns" in the truck after the shooting, Abbott said. So far no one has been arrested.
The company had not responded to a message left for comment late Tuesday morning.
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