CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – Someone shot up an apartment bedroom and may have poured gasoline onto the victim’s car in Montgomery County early Saturday morning.
At about 4:42 a.m., Montgomery County Sheriff’s deputies responded to reports of gunfire at Ramblewood Apartments in the 2400 block of Ramblewood Road, just south of Clarksville off of Highway 48/13, according to a news release from Sgt. Bishop Delaney.
A resident reported someone had shot through the window of the room they were sleeping in. Another person was also sleeping in the same room. No one was shot or hurt by the incoming rounds. The apartment was on the second level of the H building, Delaney said.
While the shooting was being investigated, one of the individuals staying at the location was able to determine that gasoline had been poured on their car and believed that someone was trying to light their car on fire. An individual in the residence told police they believe the suspect may be an ex-boyfriend, Delaney said.
Sheriff’s investigators and the Crime Scene team responded to the call. This situation is still being investigated, and deputies will be conducting extra patrols in the Ramblewood area.
Anyone with information can contact Investigator Largent at 931-648-0611, ext. 13418.