Tallahassee, Fla. (WTXL) -Two suspects were arrested early Sunday morning following an incident that occurred at the victim's home in Valdosta.
The Valdosta Police Department said that they were called to the 200 block of High Street about a fight involving two men.
According to a report released by the Valdosta Police Department Monday morning, Fredireck Keeley, 25, knocked on the victim's door at approximately 3 a.m. and without warning, struck the victim in the face.
Keeley then left in an SUV and, within minutes, returned to the victim's front yard. Keeley exited the car, shot a handgun in the direction of the victim, and again fled the scene.
Reports do not indicate that the victim was injured.
Valdosta police did not take long to find and search the car.
The passenger in the SUV, 32-year-old Marvin Capers, was discovered with a loaded pistol tucked down the front of his waistband. Further searching revealed weed, digital scales, and packaging equipment in the car.
They both were transported to Lowndes County Jail and face multiple charges.