Seymour man arrested after apartment gunshot investigation


A 30-year-old Seymour man was arrested Monday by police investigating a shot that had been fired through the wall of an apartment on the city’s east side, police report.

Greggory Shane Allman faces preliminary charges of criminal recklessness, a Level 5 felony, and possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia, both Class A misdemeanors, in connection with the incident.

Seymour Lt. C.J. Foster said that on Saturday, city officers responded to the area of Marley Lane in regards to a projectile from a handgun found in an apartment.

A witness on the scene said they heard yelling and a loud bang at 3:11 a.m. and found the projectile on the bedroom floor when they woke up around 6:30 a.m.

Those witnesses also said there was a hole in the closet wall, Foster said.

Police processed the scene, Foster said, and took photographs, measurements and collected the projectile, which was a .22-caliber round.

Police located Allman on Monday and initially arrested him for invasion of privacy, a Class A misdemeanor.

A Jackson Superior Court I search warrant was executed at Allman’s residence on Windhorst Court in Seymour.

More evidence, which included ammunition and drugs, was located at the residence, leading to the additional charges, Foster said.

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