Two Lexington men were indicted Tuesday on attempted murder charges after they alledgedly held guns to people's heads and shot into an apartment complex.
Maxwell Riley Wilburn, 18, is charged with two counts of attempted murder, 12 counts of wanton endangerment, second-degree criminal mischief and third-degree criminal mischief. Travis Allen Clark, 23, is charged with attempted murder. The charges stem from a July 9 shooting at the Pinebrook Apartments, 3650 Tates Creek Road.
According to court documents, Wilburn fired multiple shots from a handgun into at least two apartment windows, endangering 12 people. Wilburn is also accused of holding a gun to the head of a woman and a man and pulling the trigger. The documents did not say whether the victims were injured.
Witnesses told police Clark got a gun from another person who had fired several shots into an apartment complex, and pointed the gun at a woman in "close proximity" and pulled the trigger. A clicking sound was heard but no bullet was fired, the documents said.
Wilburn was arrested July 10 and posted a $6,000 bond. An arrest warrant has since been issued for the attempted murder and criminal mischief charges. His bond will be $22,000 if he's arrested. Clark was arrested July 11 and posted a $5,000 bond. They are scheduled to be arraigned Sept. 11.