Alexandria Police are investigating a report that an object that was thrown at a vehicle just outside the city Courthouse.
The victim, who knows the suspect, called 911 and mistakenly reported that a gun was fired at their vehicle, according to police.
“The victim knew the person who threw something at their vehicle,” Alexandria Police Senior Public Information Officer Amanda Paga told ALXnow. “The victim called initially thinking that whatever it was was loud enough to think that there was something (gunfire).”
Alexandria police initially responded to the incident as a call for shots fired. No one was injured.
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