Barnstable Men Charged In Neighborhood Dispute
BARNSTABLE (AP) — Police say a dispute led to one man shooting an arrow through the window of his neighbor’s truck, prompting the neighbor to respond with a shotgun blast through the first man’s car windows.
No one was hurt in the dispute early Sunday morning in the Barnstable neighborhood of Marstons Mills, but both men are facing charges.
Police the dispute started when Dwayne Peters was at the home of his neighbor, 30-year-old Nathan Hess.
The men, who had been drinking, argued.
Police say Hess shot an arrow through Peters’ truck window and Peters responded with a shotgun blast that blew out the front and rear windows of Hess’s car
Peters was arrested on several charges and is scheduled to be arraigned Monday.
Hess was issued a summons for malicious destruction of property.
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