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Auburn man arrested, charged with attempted murder

Kendrick D. Williams (Source: Auburn Police Dept.) Kendrick D. Williams (Source: Auburn Police Dept.)
AUBURN, AL (WTVM) -

An Auburn man has been arrested after police say he fired a gun into an occupied vehicle. 

On Wednesday, Nov. 25 the Auburn Police Division arrested 25-year-old Kendrick D. Williams on felony warrants for Attempted Murder and Discharging a Firearm into an Occupied Vehicle. 

The arrest was the result of Auburn Police Division Officers responding to a shots fired call in the area of North College Street and East Glenn Avenue on Nov. 25.  

According to the report, at about 6:45 p.m. a subject occupying a gold GMC Yukon fired gunshots into a vehicle occupied by a driver who was known to the suspect.  

It was reported that the suspect rammed his vehicle into the other vehicle as well. 

Williams was identified as the suspect and arrested.  There were no injuries reported related to the shooting. 

Williams was transported to the Lee County Jail and will be eligible for a $125,000 bond. 

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