Who Fired Six Bullets Into Supervisor's Occupied Home?

From GV Wire:

Madera County Supervisor David Rogers tells GV Wire that someone aimed gunshots at his house Saturday (April 14) night.

Rogers said that he was at home with his wife watching TV around 9 p.m. Saturday when they heard shots coming from the front of their house on the outskirts of Chowchilla.

“All of the sudden shots rang out in rapid-fire succession," Rogers said Tuesday evening. "(My wife) turned off the TV and hit the floor. I immediately went to my gun for protection. It was a pretty frightening sound.”

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