MILWAUKEE (WTAQ) - A Milwaukee man is under court-ordered supervision and a $5,000 bond, after he allegedly shot through a conference room window at Harley-Davidson.
Two employees, and a job candidate they were interviewing, dropped to the floor and crawled out of their conference room when the shooting took place.
24-year-old Thomas Dright-Jackson of Milwaukee is charged with reckless endangerment and reckless use of a firearm. Prosecutors said he fired 10 to 15 shots at his ex-girlfriend in the middle of a street on May 22nd.
The woman was not hurt, and one of the bullets went through the Harley-Davidson office window. The building was temporarily locked down.
Dright-Jackson is due back in court next Thursday. He'll find out then whether there's enough evidence to order a trial.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)