Gunshots were fired Saturday night out of a a vehicle as it sped past Vice President Joe Biden’s private residence in Greenville, Delaware. Neither the Secret Service and the local police were able to catch the vehicle as it raced away from the scene. That’s comforting. According to reports, Biden and his wife, Jill, were not at home at the time when the incident occurred at around 8:25 pm. The Secret Service is working with the New Castle County Police on investigating this incident.
On Saturday night a vehicle drove near Vice President Joe Biden’s residence in Delaware and fired multiple gun shots, but the vice president and his wife, Jill, were not home at the time, Secret Service spokesman Robert Hoback told CNN.
The incident occurred around 8:28 p.m.
“A vehicle drove by the vice president’s residence at a high rate of speed and fired multiple gun shots. This occurred on a public road outside the established security perimeter. The shots were heard by Secret Service personnel posted at the residence and a vehicle was observed by an agent leaving the scene at a high rate of speed,” Hoback said.
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