Group of men fire shots on crowd after losing game of beer pongBy Mason White 1:34 PM October 21, 2014
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By: Wayne Morin
Police are looking to arrest a group of men on weapons charges after they allegedly opened fire on a crowd of people, police in Texas said.
The Liberty County Sheriff’s Office said that the incident unfolded at the home located at 207 Tebo Street.
Officers were called to the house around 1:20 a.m. on Sunday.
Witnesses at the scene told the officers that the group of five men were attended a big party at the house, and were playing beer pong.
The men became upset after losing the game. They took out their guns and started shooting wildly at the crowd as they ran to their car.
Two people were hit in the leg. A 19-year-old woman was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Beaumont. The second victim was taken to Kingwood Hospital.
Both are expected to be fine. Two suspects were identified as 24-year-old Decoris Lamont Rucker Jr. and Chris Hackett. Both men are from the Cleveland area and were seen leaving the party in a silver Buick with license plate number 34P6604.