Harrisburg police say they plan to charge two teens as adults for shooting into a crowd of people.
Police are actually encouraging the pair to turn themselves in.
Shots were fired outside the Allison Hill Community Center early Sunday morning.
A woman who spoke with FOX43 says she’s lucky bullets didn’t fly directly thru her window.
Ann Aleman lives about 50 feet away from where the shooting happened.
She says the place isn’t what it used to be, but she’s never seen an incident like this.
“I mean we’ve had problems with the place with fights and things like that but this is the first time where someone’s gotten hurt,” says Ann Aleman.
Harrisburg police say a fight began at a youth party inside the community center.
And as people left the party, gunshots from outside hit the crowd injuring both kids and adults.
Police are looking for two juveniles, 17-year-old Daniel Miley and 15-year-old Lamont Porter.
Police say both are considered to be armed and dangerous.
“My thing is like ya know where’s the parents at? You know, how are these kids getting these guns? You know, because they’re getting them from somewhere,” says Aleman.
Aleman is saddened that crime has struck a place that’s supposed to be safe.
“Where else do the kids have to go? You know if they don’t have the community center then they’re going to be out in the streets,” says Aleman.
If you have any information that may help police solve this case, you’re asked to call Detective Jason Paul at 717-255-3154 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.