INDIANAPOLIS - Witnesses at a day care on the city’s northeast side said a neighbor pulled a gun on them Thursday evening.
The reported incident happened at Patricia’s Day Care near 46th Street and Mitthoeffer Road before 7 p.m.
A grandmother of five children who attend the day care said the man next door has had several incidents with the kids at the day care. She said he has used racial slurs, thrown dog feces over the fence and now used a gun.
She said she wants to see action taken against the man and she thinks his gun permit should be taken away.
The man admitted to police that he had the gun out, but he said he was cleaning it.
The incident was witnessed by both the children and some neighbors in the area.
Watch RTV6 and refresh this page for updates.
ISU issues alert after shooting post on Yik Yak
Police issued an alert to the campus community after someone posted, asking if a school shooting would go as planned.
Girl, 4, critical after Ind. shooting
A young child was shot multiple times at an apartment complex on the city’s northwest side Wednesday evening, police said.
Man shot in chest expected to survive
A dispute outside an east-side pub led to a man getting shot in the chest early Thursday, Indianapolis police confirmed.
IMPD: Man, woman stabbed in argument; woman dies
A woman is dead and an injured man is being questioned by homicide detectives after their fight led to a double stabbing.
Shooting victim's family asks for public's help
A homicide victim's family spoke out Wednesday, hoping their story of heartbreak would lead to tips from the public.
Domestic violence group clashes with governor
Gov. Mike Pence's office disputed all claims that the state wants to slash funding for services to domestic violence victims -- at a time…