Two Auburn, Ala.,men accused of firing into buildings

Two Auburn, Ala., men are accused of firing into a building in separate shooting incidents, the Auburn Police Division said in a release.

Kendrick O. Hill, 25, faces one count of discharging a firearm into an occupied dwelling in connection with an 11 p.m. Friday shooting at a residence in 70 block of Lee Road 872. Hill is held on $50,000 in the Lee County Jail.

The second suspect is identified as Demetric C. Moore, 36. He is charged with one count of firing into an occupied dwelling and possession of a short barrel shotgun in a 6:40 p.m. Saturday shooting in the 800 block of North Donahue Drive. Moore is held in the county jail on $60,000 bond.

In the Lee Road shooting, police were told that Hill was involved in an altercation with a man and allegedly fired several shots into his residence. No one was injured, but police obtained a warrant for Hill, who surrendered to detectives in Auburn.

On Donahue Drive, police were patrolling near an apartment complex when several shots were heard. Officers rushed to the area and observed a man firing a shotgun. Moore was taken into custody and the shotgun was seized.

No one was injured inside the apartment building but a man, 21, sustained an injury to his arm but he refused medical treatment. Police also found minor damage to the building and a 1997 Isuzu Rodeo SUV.