Kennewick police who responded to reports of shots being fired in a residential neighborhood Saturday morning have now found a bullet that apparently entered a home, and bounced around before coming to a rest in the kitchen. The bullet came from a gun similar to the one pictured.

Around 3:30am, police went to the 600 block of North Tweedt on reports of a resident hearing gunfire. Authorities didn't find any suspects after talking with area residents, but an hour later, a woman called to say she found a bullet hole and slug in her residence.

Police returned and found an entrance hole on the front of the home just below the front picture window. The slug, later found to be of .45 caliber, had entered through the wall, struck a sofa, then went through an interior wall, hitting the dishwasher! The slug was found lying on the kitchen floor.

Police found a spent shell casing on the opposite side of the street at 620 North Tweedt. A second spent casing was found in front of 610 North Tweedt as well.

Although a vehicle was heard leaving the area just after the shots were fired, no description of it was available.  Fortunately, no one was injured in the incident.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers at (509)-586-TIPS.

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