Dre King is being held on $50,000 bond. Police say King, 25, drove by a house on the 4300 block of Pleasant early on November 24th and opened fire. No one was hurt, but police say there were several shotgun bullet holes in the home, and some of them even went straight through the house into the backyard.
Reginald Gilbert -- who lives in the home -- told police that King had been at the house earlier in the evening for a poker game. According to an arrest affidavit, Gilbert said he got into a fight with King, who took off in his vehicle a couple minutes before the shooting. Gilbert and his brother both told police that after the shooting ended, they looked out the window and saw King's vehicle drive away. But, evidence was all over the house.
"There were 56 entrance holes from where from where pellets went through windows, the walls," Gilbert's mother Deborah Costilla told Big 2. "And we still pick up pellets out of furniture, walls, wherever."
King is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, which is a felony.