26-year-old Daniel Naranjo was charged with reckless endangerment after walking through a neighborhood shooting a rifle causing residents to retreat to their homes.
On September 6th, Shelby County Deputies Dowdy and Goods were dispatched to shots fired call at 4341 Winding Hollow Way. Upon pulling into the area deputies spoke with several people standing outside their home, who stated that a male subject wearing all black was walking down the street shooting a rifle, and they appeared to be in fear for not knowing the subject’s intentions. Deputies checked the area and located Daniel Naranjo matching the description on the east side of Hacks Cross Road near Glynn Ville Drive, and observed what appeared to be the stock of a rifle sticking out of Naranjo’s pants.
Naranjo was detained without incident and found him to be in possession of a Palmetto State Armory AR15. After being read his Miranda rights he admitted that he was walking through the neighborhood on Winding Hollow Way shooting the rifle. Naranjo stated that he shot approximately 8 times in three different bursts. Naranjo stated as he was walking through the neighborhood shooting, he observed several residents run inside their homes.
Daniel Naranjo was arrested and charged with reckless endangerment. His bond was set at $2,500.