Man fears for neighbors after accidentally shooting into their apartment #GunSafety

22-year-old Trey Quintus was charged with reckless endangerment when he negligently discharged his semi-automatic handgun in his apartment and the bullet went through the ceiling just inches from his neighbor’s daughter.

On August 15th, Clarksville Police Officer Adair was called to the apartments at 131 Country Lane in response to shots fired. Trey Quintus, was nervous, shaking, and apologetic when police spoke to him at his neighbor Latonja Glaspy’s house. He told officers that he was there to check on them after he had accidentally fired a round from his semi-automatic handgun through his ceiling.

Trey Quintus (MCSO)
Trey Quintus (MCSO)

Quintus stated that he was fearful that he may have hurt someone. Glaspy and her daughter were inside the apartment at the time of the shooting and she was able to show the police the bullet hole in her floor, door, and wall. She also told police that her daughter was sitting inches away from the spot where the bullet entered her apartment.

Trey Quintus was arrested and charged with reckless endangerment. His bond was set at $2,500.

Sebastian Shaw

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