BY KEN LITTLE
A man who allegedly fired a handgun into an occupied house about 4:15 a.m. Sunday before crashing a stolen sport utility vehicle nearby was charged with aggravated assault and theft over $10,000 but less than $60,000.
Jose Cahlen Reynoso, 18, of 6945 Warrensburg Road, allegedly fired a .380 pistol into a house in the 1500 block of Hartman Road, sheriff's Detective Sgt. William J. Davis said in a report.
An occupant of the house told deputies he was "awakened by a noise" and went into the kitchen, where he "heard what sounded like a gunshot," Deputy Anthony Pruitt said in a report.
The homeowner's grandson said someone had shot into his room, the report said.
"On inspection of the room, I found four bullet holes in the window and recovered two copper jackets and one piece of lead for evidence," the report said.
One of the bullets struck a picture frame in the 17-year-old's room, the report said.
No injuries were reported.
The victim told deputies he saw a "truck-type vehicle" headed in the direction of Dulaney Road.
Minutes later, deputies received a report of a vehicle that rolled over in the 3000 block of Dulaney Road.
Shell casings and a gun holster were recovered from the Toyota SUV, the report said.
The teenage occupant of the house identified a man who "had started some stuff" with him several weeks ago that resulted in a fight, the report said.
The 2005 Toyota 4Runner that crashed was reported stolen Saturday night, the report said.
The SUV is valued at $17,000, the report said.
Bond for Reynoso was set at $57,500. He was scheduled to appear today in General Sessions Court.