Radcliff Shooting: Man mowing lawn died in Radcliff, KY drive-by shooting

Active police investigation after teenagers shot, killed man mowing his front lawns Thursday evening - Suspects drove off

Radcliff Shooting Investigations – Officers with the Radcliff Police Department are actively investigating after a man was shot and killed near Mobile Home Park Thursday evening. According to reports, a man innocently mowing his lawns was shot dead on August 17, 2023, in Radcliff, Kentucky. Law enforcement agencies are actively investigating the drive-by shooting incident.

The shooting incident happened at a home located in the area of South Woodland, just behind the Masden Mobile Home Park. According to locals, two teenagers drove up to the middle-aged man and fired multiple shots at him, the male whose identity remains unknown died at the scene of the incident.

At least ten police cars have been seen responding to the scene of the incident. Law enforcement agencies are now actively seeking the two males involved in the incident. This is a developing story….


ALSO READ: Two men have been indicted for a double homicide that occurred last month outside a Radcliff Waffle House.

A grand jury in Hardin County indicted Rodshad Bowser-Highsmith and Darien McGary on August 3rd. The two suspects are accused of murdering Carlos Bello and Shane Estrada. According to Radcliff police, the incident occurred on July 22 in the Waffle House parking lot on Highway 31 West. Bello and Estrada were discovered by police with gunshot wounds. Both men were declared deceased at the site.

Bowser-Highsmith was observed on surveillance discussing stealing a firearm from one of the victims, according to an arrest document. It was stated that Bowser-Highsmith and that individual carried out their plan, resulting in the deaths of Bello and Estrade. The arrest document did not specify whether or not the other individual was McGary.

According to the records, Bowser-Highsmith also acknowledged her involvement in the shooting. Bowser-Highsmith is charged with two counts of murder complicity, attempted murder, and larceny complicity in the first degree. McGary is charged with two counts of homicide complicity and first-degree robbery complicity. The grand jury recommended that each defendant’s cash bond be set at $500,000.

Bowser-Highsmith is currently being held at the Hardin County Detention Center, whereas McGary’s arrest status is presently unknown.

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