SAN DIEGO (CNS) - One man was hit when shots were fired in a drive-by shooting, a San Diego police officer said Sunday.
At approximately 10 p.m. Saturday, several men were standing on the 2200 block of Dunlop Street, when a white Honda Accord holding several unknown people was driven up to the group and people in it issued a gang challenge, Officer David Stafford said. One of the occupants threw a beer bottle at the group on the street, as the car pulled away.
The Honda was driven several yards down the street and then stopped, as one person inside fired three-to-five shots at the group on the street. A 19-year-old man was hit in the lower leg, Stafford said.
The Honda was then driven from the scene.
The victim was taken to a local trauma center for his non-life threatening wound, Stafford said. The SDPD Gang Unit was investigating.
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