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Arrests Made in Incident Where Shots Were Fired From a Vehicle

Two people from Berryville are among those arrested in an incident over the weekend where shots were reportedly fired from a vehicle.

Boone County Chief Deputy Roy Martin tells KTLO that a report was received Saturday afternoon on what sounded like loud fireworks being shot out of a passing vehicle near a residence in the Batavia area. Eventually, law enforcement caught up with the vehicle north of Harrison which contained two adults and one juvenile. 

19-year-old Anthony Ray McClellan remains in custody on a $100,000 Bond while 19-year-old Chloe Elizabeth Wilson had her bond set at $25,000. The juvenile was not named in the report and was turned over to juvenile officials. 

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