No injuries when semis shot near South HeartThe shooting Monday evening of a freightliner driving south and west of South Heart is under investigation by the Stark County Sheriff’s Office and the North Dakota State Highway Patrol.
The shooting Monday evening of a Freightliner driving south and west of South Heart is under investigation by the Stark County Sheriff’s Office and the North Dakota State Highway Patrol.
Stark County Sheriff Clarence Tuhy said the sheriff’s office was called to 122nd Street SW at about 6 p.m. after a four-door blue Chevy passed the Freightliner on the right side and allegedly turned to face the Freightliner, whose driver said he heard popping sounds.
Five shots are believed to have been fired, four of which struck the Freightliner. The driver of the Chevy did not stop.
There were no injuries.
Tuhy said five, 30-30 rifle casings were found on the side of the road.
The vehicle is described as a blue, four-door Chevy, possibly a 2010 model or newer.
There was a toolbox, fuel tank and an eight-foot box in back and possibly a white stick with an oil rig emblem on the rear window.
The driver is believed to be a male, about 5-foot 10-inches tall, in his late 20s or early 30s with a dark complexion.
Anyone who spots a similar vehicle is asked to call the Sheriff’s Office at 701-456-7610.