EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEHT) — A jury on Thursday found Amy Marie Grannan guilty of criminal recklessness for firing a gun at her neighbor’s house in 2017.
Grannan’s neighbor, who told law enforcement that she had an ongoing dispute with Gannan, heard a gunshot on May 2, 2017 and later finding a bullet casing lying on her closet floor.
The bullet came through the north side of the residence — directly behind Grannan’s home.
Detectives were able to determine the bullet was fired from Grannan’s back porch by using a trajectory rod and a laser.
Grannan told deputies her gun had gone missing the day of the reported gunshot.
On May 8, deputies received a call of a firearm being found in a pond, which matched the serial number for Grannan’s gun.
Grannan is being sentenced on Friday.
(This story was originally published on September 25, 2020)
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