Two teens charged after drive-by paintball shooting leaves Davenport woman hurt

Last updated on November 16, 2019

DAVENPORT, Iowa (WQAD) – Davenport police have arrested two teenagers in relation to a drive-by paintball shooting that left a woman injured.

Both teens are 16 years old and so are charged with deliberate injury Causing serious injury and deliberate harm with bodily harm, authorities said.

It occurred on Nov. 1 in the Village of East Davenport, according to WQAD. Shelby Reichard had been walking with her boyfriend when she was hit in her right eye.

Witnesses say several shots were fired, Reichard says that her injuries are serious but she knows that it could be worse.

The teens were both held in the Scott County jail.

Shelby Reichard was injured when a paintball hit her in the face. Two teens have been arrested in connection to the case. (WQAD)

Woman suffers severe eye injury when struck by paintball


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