A man was shot and a woman was injured Wednesday afternoon when more than two dozen rounds were fired at a car with an infant inside in Winchester, according to media reports.
From inside one of the vehicles, Grmyko Chenault allegedly opened fire on the other vehicle, according to the Winchester Sun. The driver of the other vehicle, Temetrius Stewart, was wounded, according to LEX 18. Twenty-six rounds were fired, LEX 18 reported.
Stewart’s vehicle drove off and was later involved in a crash, the Winchester Sun reported. That's when Stewart was found in the parking lot of a Dollar General store, the newspaper said.
A gun from Stewart’s car was allegedly taken and hidden by Armonty English, who also was in the vehicle.
A car and a home on First Street were hit by bullets, but there were no other injuries.
Stewart was taken to University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital with injuries that weren't considered life-threatening. Elyna Hooten, who was in Stewart's car, was taken to Clark Regional Medical Center for unspecified injuries. The infant in the car was unharmed.
Chenault was charged with first-degree assault and three counts of wanton endangerment, according to jail records. The alleged driver of his vehicle, Alexssandra Chenault, was charged with first-degree assault, according to jail records. They were all taken to the Clark County jail.
English was charged with evidence tampering and was later released from jail, according to LEX 18. Charges aren't expected to be filed against Stewart and Hooten, the Winchester Sun reported.