A Perry County man was arrested this month for allegedly shooting at a neighbor’s house.
Randy Lee Johnson, 43, is accused of firing buckshot at his neighbors’ home while they were still inside.
James and Sandra White called the police to report that Johnson had shot the side of their home with a shotgun. Perry County Deputy Michael Napier reported on the police citation that he could see physical damage to the home from the shotgun, including buck shot embedded in the side.
Police say Johnson admitted to firing the weapon, and Napier reported that he confiscated a shotgun found at Johnson’s home and found that it had fresh power in it.
Johnson was arrested and charged with two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment and one count of illegal discharge of a fire arm. He is currently lodged in the Kentucky River Regional Jail on a $50,000 bond.