Shooting spree vandals may have been nabbed |

Shooting spree vandals may have been nabbed

Staff and news service reports
Chad Lundquist/Nevada AppealMichael Robbins, left, owner of Hanifin's Antiques works to clean up glass after windows at his business were shot out by someone driving by in a car. Santos Lopez, bottom, employee for the antiques store scooped glass from the broken window.

Douglas County Sheriff’s deputies have two men in custody after a shooting spree that left windows smashed up down the main streets of Carson City, Minden, Gardnerville and the Gardnerville Ranchos.

Windows were shot out at several businesses including B’Sghetti’s, Hanifin’s Antiques in Carson City, the Douglas County Engine Co. Station 1 in Minden, Re/Max realty offices in Gardnerville and out of a car at Dresslerville and Riverview roads in the Ranchos.

Two men in a small black vehicle were pulled over at Kimmerling and Wheeler for investigation after the last attack, which broke the window on a mini-van at Riverview and Dresslerville.

A wrist rocket or air pistol may have been used in the vandalism.

Updates will be posted as more information is learned.