Police have arrested two people in connection with an early Tuesday morning shooting with an AK-47 in St. Lucie County.
Terrence Anthony Green (left) and Exzabiar Dontarious Gregg of Port St. Lucie, Fla., are accused of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after a shooting Nov. 12, 2013.
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. - Police have arrested two people in connection with an early Tuesday morning shooting with an AK-47 in St. Lucie County.
Officers arrested Terrence Anthony Green, 21, and Exzabiar Dontarious Gregg, 19, for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Police were called to 750 SE Academy Lane for reports of shots being fired at that location.
Witnesses told police that the suspects, Green and Gregg, came to the scene of the crime on two occasions during the early-morning hours.
Witnesses told police that a car pulled up in front of the house, Green exited the car with some type of gun, and shot two times into the ground before leaving.
Later in the morning, Green and Gregg are accused of coming back to the house and threatening residents with an AK-47-type rifle. Green and Gregg again fled the area.
Port St Lucie Police responded to the home and began their investigation. While the officers were talking to the victims, the suspects once again returned to the house.
Police said they quickly made contact with the drive and the occupant of the car, who turned out to be Green and Gregg.
An investigation revealed that Green and Gregg went to the house on Academy Lane to check on Green's girlfriend.
The rifle was not recovered, however investigators used a metal detector and located one of the bullets that was fired into the ground, which police said was consistent with an AK-47.
Green and Gregg were arrested and taken to the St. Lucie County Jail.