Commissioner Frank Sciaraffa speaks out on drive-by shooting at home
Oct 13, 2009
Oct 14, 2009
County Commissioner Frank Sciaraffa speaks out for the first time since a drive by shooting at his home. Back on the night of October 5th, police received a call for deadly conduct in the 31-hundred block of Mier Street. When officers arrived, they saw bullet holes in the front wall of the house. Most of the bullet holes, which numbered close to a dozen, were concentrated on one side of the home. Sciaraffa says he is thankful nobody was hurt from his family and he is hopeful authorities will find whoever shot at his home. "It comes with the territory of being an elected official and I never imagined this type of a reaction to a change, but we move forward and leave it up to the authorities and hopefully everything will be settled." Sciaraffa told Pro 8 News. Sciaraffa says police have multiple leads in the case. At this point no arrests have been made.