ENID, Okla. – Wednesday evening was a busy one for Enid police with over 40 reports of shootings throughout the city.
The calls began coming into police just before 5 p.m. with multiple people reporting their car windows were being shot out.
Late in the evening, a witness told police it was a maroon vehicle that was involved, which led officers to a home on East Cedar Street.
Police arrested 29-year-old Anthony Jackson just before midnight in connection with the shooting.
Jackson has reportedly not commented on his alleged crimes.
“That just indicates to me this guy has something seriously wrong with him,” said Daniel Robinson, who was home when his girlfriend’s car was shot in the driveway. “He needs to get some kind of help.”
Through Thursday morning, police reported at least 42 calls were involved with this event.
Nobody was injured, however a dog was rushed into surgery after she was shot in the leg.
“I wanted to break down into tears,” said Andre Napier, who rushed to his dog’s aid. “I tried to be strong.”
Despite her leg being shattered, the dog, known as Kayah, is expected to be okay.
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Jackson could be facing several charges, including cruelty to animals and reckless conduct with a firearm.