Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

A member of the Colts organization dealt with a terrifying incident over the weekend after several suspects fired dozens of rounds into his home in Indianapolis.

According to Tom Maccabe of RTV6, police are searching for as many as eight suspects who opened fire on Parks Frazier’s home on Sunday evening. Witnesses say they saw the men pull up in three cars and fire about 70 rounds at the house. The rear door was also kicked in, and several rounds were fired through the doorway into the home. Fortunately, no one was home at the time.

In addition to gathering several handgun and rifle casings from in front of the house, police found a cell phone that one of the suspects dropped at the scene.

Frazier works as an assistant to Colts head coach Frank Reich, and he is referred to by many as Reich’s right-hand man. The Indianapolis Star wrote a feature on the 26-year-old back in November, and Reich spoke about his importance to the team.

“He’s the first person I go to,” Reich said at the time. “No matter what it’s about. I just think that much of him.”

No arrests had been made in the case as of Tuesday and no motive had been established.

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.



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