Hutchins said she saw two men in hoodies get out of a black sedan and each of the men went on both sides of the silver Volkswagen and picked up things off the street. She said she could see the bulletholes in that car.
“It appeared that they were picking up the shell casings,” she said. “Things were happening so quick that I didn’t think to get a license plate number.”
Hutchins said police arrived about two minutes after she called 911 and later in the afternoon, she saw a crime scene investigation vehicle. She said police have not contacted her as of Sunday afternoon.
She said she’s lived in the neighborhood for nearly a decade and in her current residence for the past several years.
“It freaked me out,” she said. “I was all jacked up yesterday. I’ve never seen anything like that before. This is a pretty quiet neighborhood.”
A few doors down on Fairview Avenue, Sandy Miller said she also heard a a rapid fire of shots, maybe five or six.
Miller said she’s lived in the neighborhood for 60 years and said she has no plans on leaving. She also said she could not recall a shooting incident in the neighborhood.
“It’s always been a good neighborhood,” Miller said. “People will say ‘hi’ or wave and say ‘hello’ to each other but mind their own business and do their own thing.”