Drive-by shooting may have been drug related

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Investigators say drugs may have been involved in a drive-by shooting at a home in Dunn County last week.

According to the criminal complaint, 18-year-old Cody Hazen, who lives at the home with his mother, told investigators he had an argument with Spenser Weber about some marijuana Spenser sold to his friend before the shooting last Wednesday.

Weber, along with Tony Hurlburt of Durand and James and Johnathon Hutter from Arkansaw were arrested in the case. The complaint says Spenser admitted he was in the car when the shots were fired at Hazen's home.

No one was hurt in the shooting. Deputies found several holes in the walls and say one bullet went through a window.

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