The latest developments on a series of freeway shootings in the Phoenix area. All times local (PDT):
Authorities in Arizona are investigating two new possible shootings on Phoenix-area freeways.
The state Department of Public Safety says one incident involves a vehicle window damaged on Interstate 10 Thursday morning after it was hit by a "projectile."
The DPS says there's a separate report of a gunshot being fired along I-10 several miles to the east. Trooper Tim Case says there is no damage reported in that incident, and no injuries in either incident.
Thursday's reports follow 10 previous shootings in which the DPS says bullets or projectiles hit vehicles in recent weeks. All but two were on I-10.
DPS says seven of the 10 incidents involved bullets and the others involved unspecified projectiles.
No serious injuries have been reported
Authorities in Arizona are checking out another possible shooting on a Phoenix-area freeway.
The state Department of Public Safety says officers are responding to a report of a damaged window on a vehicle that was traveling on Interstate 10 Thursday morning.
Trooper Tim Case says a "projectile" hit the window but no shooting has been confirmed.
This follows 10 shooting incidents in which the DPS says either bullets or projectiles hit vehicles in the past two weeks. All but two were on I-10.
DPS says seven of the 10 shooting incidents involved bullets and the other three were unspecified projectiles.