Chickasha Police arrest three in connection with drive-by shooting
CHICKASHA – Just after 7:00 p.m. Monday Chickasha Police Department were called to the 1700 block of S. 14th street on a report of a drive-by shooting.
According to police they were told that several shots were fired from a dark-colored vehicle that had left the area traveling northbound on 14th street.
Officers observed a dark green Chevrolet Caviler Coupe traveling north on 14th Street that matched that description and also was weaving in traffic resulting in a traffic stop being conducted by officers.
Nina Dockery and three other adults, Shane Anderson, Andrew Dockery and Christopher Dockery, were inside the vehicle.
A search was conducted of the vehicle and a .45 caliber shell casing was found inside the vehicle and a .45 Caliber Glock was found in front of the front passenger side tire of the vehicle where Nina had run.
A search of the residence produced Marijuana, Xanax, and ammunition of the same caliber as the weapon and casing found in the vehicle.
Several eye witnesses said that a vehicle pulled up and shots were fired, from a small dark car, at the residence. The resident of the home, Mathew Lane, was inside when the shots were fired but was not injured.
26-year-old Nina Dockery was charged with Discharging a Firearm into a Dwelling, Reckless Conduct w/ a Firearm, Unlawfully Carrying a Firearm, Use of a Firearm in Commission of a Felony.
28-year-old Andrew Dockery was charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
26-year-old Shane Anderson was charged with Using a Vehicle to Facilitate the Discharging of a Firearm and Operating a Vehicle Transporting a Firearm After a Felony Conviction.
Nina Dockery, Andrew Dockery and Shane Anderson were all placed under arrest and booked into the Grady County Jail.Submit Your Photo
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