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Police: Man arrested after firing shots into friend's home

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Police say a Nashville man had a few drinks before he got angry and fired shots into his friend's house.

The suspect's friend says Reggie Ewin was drinking over at his house on Dickerson Pike.

Ewin's friend drove him home and says Ewin got angry after this and started calling and threatening to kill him.

Police say Ewin returned to his friend's home with a gun and started firing shots at the home. One of the bullets reportedly went through the victim's daughter's bedroom.

The victim says Ewin then got in his car and started ramming it into the front of the house and into the cars parked out back.

Police say Ewin then set his friend's cars on fire before leaving the scene.

Officers eventually tracked Ewin down, and he's now facing reckless endangerment charges.

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