Yadkinville Police arrested a mother and son Monday in connection with a shooting at a Yadkinville mobile home park.
Police responded to 205 Executive Manor Drive after calls to 911 reported shots had been fired at a residence around 11:45 a.m.
Two victims at the home reported to police that their neighbor had fired a pistol at them while they stood outside their home. The bullet struck the trailer, narrowly missing the two men, according to police. A third person was inside the home. No injuries were reported. Police believe the incident escalated from an argument and drugs were a contributing factor.
Detectives and police executed a search warrant of the neighbor’s home and located the pistol, which also is reported stolen from Davidson County.
Police arrested Timothy George Zimmerman, 21, of 209 Executive Manor Drive, and charged him with two counts of attempted murder, possession of stolen firearm, and discharging weapon into an occupied dwelling.
Detectives also learned Zimmerman was wanted by Roanoke City Police in Virginia for probation violations involving weapons offenses there. His bond was set at $300,000 secured.
Zimmerman’s mother, Alice Aurlieua Zimmerman, 37, of 209 Executive Manor Drive, was arrested and charged with obstructing an officer after she provided police with false information attempting to conceal her son’s identity to police. She was placed under a $1,000 secured bond.
The investigation is continuing and additional charges are forthcoming, according to law enforcement. Virginia authorities also are working to extradite Zimmerman on charges there.