Six people are arrested hours after a standoff that began as a shooting that targeted a unmarked police car, police said. Atlanta police said a man shot at the vehicle as they were investigating a call late Monday night. It happened along Osborne Street SW around 10 p.m. Officers said a man fired several shots at an unmarked patrol car, hitting the vehicle twice. Police said no one was injured in the incident. The shooting led to an overnight standoff at a home on the same street. A total of six people were taken into custody hours later. One witness told Channel 2 Action News he heard dozens of shots. TRENDING STORIES: Drivers say cars had to be towed from gas station after pumping bad fuel Unusual find: K-9 discovers roasted pig in luggage at Atlanta airport Former Atlanta Fire chief will receive $1.2M settlement over firing “At least 40. I heard a lot,” the neighbor said. 'I was ducking on the porch. I ran outside the house.” This shooting comes just days after police say a man fired shots at an officer in the same neighborhood. Police say Ja'Marrius Rucker was driving down a busy street Oct. 8 firing shots at officers. Officers arrested him after they say he crashed a stolen car along Sylvan Road.
Police on Friday released new video recorded moments before a model crashed into two vehicles after being shot while driving to work. Kelsey Quayle, 28, died Wednesday, two days after the shooting and head-on crash on Upper Riverdale Road in Clayton County. Doctors didn’t realize the woman was shot in the neck until she arrived at Grady Memorial Hospital on Monday for surgery. RELATED: Woman shot in neck while driving, causes 3-car crash in Clayton County Quayle, who moved from California to Atlanta in August to pursue more modeling opportunities, was declared brain dead and was eventually removed from life support, according to her family. MORE: Family says woman shot before head-on wreck is brain dead Woman shot in neck while driving pulled off life support, dies The investigation is classified as a homicide, police spokeswoman Sgt. Ashanti Marbury said Friday. Police are looking for the drivers of a white SUV and a gray sedan seen on surveillance footage at a nearby QuikTrip minutes before the shooting. Investigators think they may be able to provide some information. They are also asking anyone who may have been driving in the area of Upper Riverdale Road around 7 a.m. Monday to contact detectives. Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477. A GoFundMe page has been set up by Quayle’s sister, Kaleigh Martin, to assist with funeral costs. As of Friday afternoon, it had raised about $17,000. In other news:
Several drivers told Channel 2 Action News that they broke down right after filling up at a local gas station Monday night. Yellow bags now cover the pump handles at the Kroger Fuel Center on Highway 20 South in Covington. Drivers began calling the Channel 2 newsroom wanting to know who was going to fix their cars. Kroger confirmed to Channel 2’s Matt Johnson that the gas station received contaminated fuel. Johnson spoke with a handful of people whose cars were affected. “We're getting smoke out the tailpipe and all. We don’t know what’s going on,” Robbie Webb said. Webb and his wife Debbie left in a tow truck with their pickup truck on board three hours after filling up at the gas station. Their truck stalled in the middle of Highway 20 South, so they went back to gas station for answers. “He said a few words and I got a little angry and I went inside and that’s when the manager came out,” Debbie Webb said. Soon, the Webbs told Johnson they were surrounded by about eight other drivers who were also complaining about bad fuel causing their cars to stall. TRENDING STORIES: Unusual find: K-9 discovers roasted pig in luggage at Atlanta airport Customers say beware of mobile mechanics in AutoZone parking lots President Trump tours parts of Georgia hit hardest by Hurricane Michael “I filled my gas tank full of water or whatever that is. It's not gas. It's not good gas,” Trea McClesky said. McClesky said he was one of the first people to report issues at around 5 p.m. Monday “The pumps were pumping very slow. They’re supposed to be fast when they’re full, but water's heavy. It was having trouble pumping.” Johnson contacted Kroger for answers and a spokesperson confirmed a recent shipment of fuel contained water. Around 8:30 p.m., Johnson said a Kroger inspector pulled up to the gas station. Signs were also placed on the pumps to tell customers unleaded gas wasn’t for sale. Meanwhile, affected drivers are expecting to be compensated for their troubles, while taking steps to not fall victim again. “I got a newer vehicle and now I don’t know what’s wrong with it. I don’t know if the motor is going to be bad or what,” Robbie Webb told Johnson. Kroger has vowed to take care of the repairs. A spokesperson said the contamination did not happen at the fuel center and they're working diligently to fix it. Kroger also sent a tanker truck full of fuel that will likely be spending the night Monday wiping out the bad fuel at the gas station and replacing it with uncontaminated fuel.