Shots fired at home previously connected to shooting death investigation
Written by Michael Crowe, Multimedia Journalist - email
WATERLOO (KWWL) -
KWWL has uncovered that a Waterloo house that was hit with gunfire was also connected to the murder investigation of 18-year-old Dae'Quan Campbell
According to Waterloo Police, two homes were shot up Thursday night -- one in the 700 block of Logan St. Authorities were there in November, when officers searched the property, just days after Campbell was shot and killed. At the time, police confirmed that the search was part of the investigation.
Residents of the property said they were scared, and wondering if they are a target.
One person spoke of Campbell, mentioning the person that shot him already took someone close to them, and wondered if they were next.
An investigator with Waterloo Police said the department is looking into the shots fired incidents, but there's no official connections being drawn at this point.
One person has been charged in Campbell's death, Perquondis Holmes. He is currently being held in Black Hawk county.
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