3 people charged in connection with shooting that damaged homes in Haverhill

HAVERHILL, MASS. (WHDH) - Three people are facing gun charges after allegedly firing shots at two Haverhill homes on Sunday.

Officers responding to reports of multiple shots fired on Jackson Street at noon allegedly found damage to homes at 65 Jackson St. and 69 Jackson St., with bullets punching holes in the siding and breaking windows.

No one was reported injured, but witnesses said the shooting was a shock for the neighborhood.

“I was having breakfast at my table, I heard popping sounds,” said a woman who identified herself as Barbara, saying she immediately called police. “I don’t like it, I have lived in this house my whole life.”

Brian Grande, 18, of Haverhill; Nadia Millis, 19, of Peabody; and Jose Rosado, 19, of Providence, Rhode Island, were charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and possession of a loaded firearm.

The investigation is ongoing.

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