Parents arrested for drive by with infant in car

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OKLAHOMA CITY — An Oklahoma City couple is in trouble with the law following an unusual drive by shooting. The violence allegedly erupted right in front of their newborn son. The two suspects remain behind bars at the Oklahoma County jail.Patrolling near Southeast 44th and Bryant, Oklahoma City police heard more than a dozen shots fired in a drive-by shooting.Driving a short distance down Bryant, several witnesses claim two people, Amber Doyle and Jestin Ramon, were in the car that opened fire.”The thing that made this a little different was there was a 4-month-old boy in the car. The child has been released to a grandparent at the scene,” OKC Police MSgt. Gary Knight said.Police say an argument sparked the shooting.  The good news, the dozen or so gunshots didn't hit any people.”The child wasn't hurt. Nobody was hurt in this case. It could've turned out much differently, but again two people were arrested for violating the drive-by statutes,” MSgt. Knight said.One member of the suspects' family and several witnesses didn't want to talk about the case on camera.