A man is in custody after shots were reportedly fired in west Cheyenne Friday evening, police say.

In a 6:32 p.m. Facebook post, the department said officers were responding to a report of shots fired near the 2400 block of Missile Drive.

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"Officers have secured the area and determined there are no injuries," the post reads. "Due to the nature of the call there is a large police presence."

This is a developing story and will be updated as we obtain new information.


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Cheyenne Man Accused of Shooting at Ex-Girlfriend's Jeep

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A 21-year-old Cheyenne man is facing two counts of aggravated assault following a shots fired incident in west Cheyenne.

According to a booking sheet, police were called to 2400 Missile Dr. #2 at 5:39 p.m. on Friday, April 19, regarding a male who shot at a vehicle.

Police say when they arrived on the scene, they spoke to Chadrick Nickelson, who told them that his ex-girlfriend, N.L., was supposed to be bringing him his jackets.

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Nickelson says when N.L. started driving down the road towards him, she swerved towards him, so he pulled his handgun from his right pocket and fired two rounds into the rear driver's side of her Jeep.

Police say N.L. and three other witnesses told them that Nickelson shot two rounds into N.L.'s Jeep while she was driving away.

Police say there were two holes consistent with bullet holes in the rear driver's side of N.L.'s Jeep.

Nickelson was arrested and booked into the Laramie County Detention Center on two counts of aggravated assault, a felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison.

Nickelson is scheduled to make his initial appearance in front of Laramie County Circuit Court Judge Antoinette Williams at 9:45 a.m. tomorrow, April 23.

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