Mystery shooter opens fire on Siegen Lane late Monday; No injuries reported
BATON ROUGE - Sheriff's deputies said gunfire erupted on Siegen Lane around 10 o'clock Monday night but luckily, no one was hit by bullets.
The gunfire was fired at a gas station parking lot.
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Investigators said they received a report that someone fired shots into a car near Siegen and I-10 between at the Rieger Road intersection. A vehicle was hit by bullets but no one was injured.
Deputies did not release information about a suspect or motive.
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