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Drive-by shooting leaves child injured

(MSC News)--The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an early Sunday morning drive-by shooting that left a child injured.

Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse, in a news release, says it happened near Mayetta.

According to Morse, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call from the residence, located in the 13000 block of 166th Road, north of Mayetta, around 1:45 Sunday morning.

When deputies and investigators arrived at the scene a short time later, they found multiple rounds that had been fired into the residence.

A minor child, who Morse says had been struck by a bullet, was transported by Jackson County EMS to an area hospital for treatment.

The child's injuries are not believed to be life threatening.

Anyone with information regarding the shooting should contact the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office at 785-364-2251.

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