FAIRHOPE, AL (WKRG) —- Two teenagers have been jailed for allegedly shooting stolen guns at Sonic employees after being told to leave.
Fairhope Police say 19-year-old Demerious Reynolds and 19-year-old Romarious Shephard face charges for stolen firearms and reckless endangerment in connection to the incident. Officers arrested third person, 21-year-old Heaven McClintock, for being an accomplice in the ordeal.
According to witnesses, several people were smoking pot and playing loud music in a white Chevrolet Malibu parked outside a Sonic located on South Greeno Road around 11:25 p.m. on Saturday.
When asked to leave, one of the suspects pointed a pistol at employees and fired multiple shots as the car pulled out of the parking lot.
Officers later recovered three ounces of marijuana, a loaded AK-47 that appears to have been shortened, a loaded Glock, a loaded Ruger with a destroyed serial number and a loaded revolver from the car.
Two others present in the car at the time — a 17 year old and a 20 year old — were let go without charges.
There were no injuries.
Fairhope Police warn gun owners to keep their firearms in a secure location.
Anyone with additional information about this incident is asked to call the Fairhope Police Department at (251) 928-2385