COLONIE — Police arrested an occupant of 119 Old Loudon Road hours after someone drove by and pumped three bullets into the home.
According to Lt. Robert Winn, two brothers left the home on Monday, April 13 shortly after the 6:25 p.m. shots fired incident.
At around 10:20 p.m. Shaquille Fowler returned to the Old Loudon Road home and was found to be in possession of a loaded, and illegal, Taurus Judge handgun.
The origins of the gun are still under investigation, but Winn said it was not reported stolen. Fowler, though, was not legally allowed to possess it.
Police are still looking for his brother, Joel Fowler, who also lived in the home, for questioning.
Winn said the shots fired incident stems from an on-going personal dispute between a resident of 119 Old Loudon Road and another party known to police. That investigation is continuing.
A group of people in a late model, silver or gray Ford Edge with out of state plates was seen driving back and forth in front of house before stopping and firing three shots. One entered the living room area of the house. The plates may have been Massachusetts or a state that has similar plates.
Shaquille Fowler, 25, was arraigned by video by Colonie Judge Andrew Sommers on the felony of criminal possession of a weapon and remanded to the supervision of probation with electronic monitoring.