Four people charged with attempted homicide in July shooting in Fairywood |

Four people charged with attempted homicide in July shooting in Fairywood

Pittsburgh police on Tuesday charged four people in connection with a July 30 shooting in the West End neighborhood of Fairywood.

Police obtained arrest warrants for Robert Minor II, 20; Rahman Terry, 19; Lorn Smith, 21; and Micah Barnes, 17, charging them with attempted homicide, aggravated assault and other counts.

They fired at least 10 shots at a vehicle on West Prospect Avenue, police allege in a criminal complaint.

The victim told police she heard several rounds hitting the front of her vehicle as she ducked under her dashboard.

She “clearly observed” three gunmen because they were standing directly under a street light, and got a “quick glance” at the fourth shooter, according to the complaint.

She told police she grew up with several of the suspects. She talked to Smith after the shooting, and he told her they accidentally shot at her because they thought she was someone else, the complaint stated.

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