Over 60 shots fired in 4 South Seattle drive-by shootings, no injuries reported


SEATTLE - More than 60 shots were fired in South Seattle early Sunday morning during four drive-by shootings but there were no injuries reported, according to the Seattle Police Department.


The first shooting happened at a house in the 4600 block of South Frontenac Street around 1 a.m.


According to police, two Asian men in a black car slowly drove past the house and fired several shots at the residence.


Multiple family members were sleeping inside the home at the time of the shooting, but no one was injured. Several cars parked outside of the home sustained multiple bullet holes, according to police.


Police said officers collected over 20 bullet casings from the street.


The house has been shot at several times before, and two people who live inside the home are affiliated with street gangs, according to police.


The next shootings happened after 3 a.m. at houses in the 4600 block of South Holden Street and in the 4800 block of Columbian Drive South, police said.


Over 30 rounds were fired between the two shootings. According to police, gang members lived at the two locations.


Police said a vehicle involved at on Columbian Drive South shooting was a white Acura or Honda.


The Seattle Police Departments gang unit will conduct a follow-up for the two incidents.


The fourth shooting happened around 3:10 a.m. at a residence in the 4200 block of South Henderson Street.


Police said a woman was in her bedroom looking out the window when someone fired several shots through her window and into other areas of her house.


The woman ducked down to the floor after she heard the first shot. She did not see the shooter(s), but heard a vehicle drive away in an unknown direction on Martin Luther King, Jr. Way.


Officers discovered six shots were fired at the woman’s bedroom window and five other shots were fired throughout the house. Detectives collected bullets and casings for evidence.


Police said six casings were found in the southbound lanes of Martin Luther King, Jr. Way, indicating the shooter(s) may have fled in that direction.


According to police, they think the shootings are all gang-related.