Man charged after apparently firing shots at neighbor's house
George Henry Coons
Mohave County, AZ (KTNV) -- Arizona police have arrested a man who is believed to have fired more than 3 dozen gunshots at his neighbor's house.
George Henry Coons, 46, was taken into custody on Sunday after police responded to a weapons offense call.
The 47-year-old victim says that he was outside with his 16-year-old son when when he heard at least 50 gunshots, including one that ended up hitting the bushes in front of his residence.
He also says that several shots hit the block wall in the front of his house.
The victim says the he wanted to find out where the shots were coming from, so he rode his ATV and proceeded to where he believed the shots were coming from.
The victim said that he determined Coons was firing the shots. Coons apologized, and said that he was trying to hit the rooftop of a house near the victim's home.
Coons was taken into custody, while police confiscated 2 rifles, a shotgun and a handgun.
Coons is currently being charged with 10 felonies including four counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, four counts of endangerment, discharging a firearm at a structure and disorderly conduct with a weapon