A neighborhood is embroiled in a dispute that included shots being fired on Monday afternoon.
Harrison County Sheriff’s Deputy Steve McCauley said the area around Sylvandell Road and Mouth of Cedar have been a hot bed of disturbance calls in recent weeks.
The more recent set of calls began on Saturday and came from Eddie Vanhook.
According to a sheriff’s report, Vanhook told Deputy Dean Hutchinson that two juvenile boys were driving his truck in the Sylvandell area.
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