Charges dismissed against man who fired shots at vehicle with 4 children inside
Roosevelt Murray was accused of hitting a woman, then firing two shots at her vehicle as she drove away, according to the probable cause affidavit.
Murray had been charged with criminal recklessness, domestic battery and unlawful possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon.
The charges against Murray were dismissed because a witness had health issues that made her unable to appear in court and she has not provided the state with a current address.
The case was dismissed without prejudice.
If a case is dismissed without prejudice, it means the charges can be re-filed. If a case is dismissed with prejudice, the person cannot be charged again.