16-year-old behind bars for Enterprise mobile home shooting

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ENTERPRISE, Ala. (WDHN) — A 16-year-old is behind bars following an Enterprise shooting that left two victims with gunshot wounds.

According to Enterprise police, Monday evening, Nazorian Clinton Myhand (16) of Daleville pulled up to a home in Enterprise’s Rolling Meadows Mobile Home Park and shot two residents that lived there.

“From my understanding the shooter did know the victim(s) and I would assume that there was some sort of argument,” said Enterprise Police Lt. Billy Haglund.

Reportedly, Myhand then fled the scene in a red SUV and left his victims with their injuries.

“One I think specifically was (injured in) just the leg and the one still receiving medical treatment got a couple rounds in their lower abdomen as well,” Haglund said.

One resident told News 18 they were home when the shooting happened.

“We were watching TV,” said one mobile home resident who wished to remain anonymous. “You (knew) it was a gunshot.”

The resident lives just a few trailers away from the victims and was one of the people that called for help.

“A guy came down and told me to call 911 so I called it,” the resident said. “After I called 911, cops started coming in and the ambulance and the fire truck.”

Although the shooter has been captured, the resident said the shooting itself has left neighbors scared and in shock.

“We’re like a family,” the resident explained. “This park is like a family. (We’ve) never had this stuff happen before.”

Meanwhile, Myhand faces an attempted murder charge and a second degree assault charge. He is currently in the Dale County Jail.

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