GOP reports shot fired at Salisbury office
A gunshot fired early this morning shattered the glass door of a Maryland Republican Party field office on the Eastern Shore.
The Salisbury police discovered the vandalism after midnight and are investigating. No motive has been established, but Lt. Rob Kemp of the Salisbury police said the shot was likely "random."
"It just looks like somebody took a random shot. It wasn't multiple rounds or anything," he said. The single round was located in the office lobby but with no witnesses, Kemp said, it's not clear how much more investigating police can do.
State Party Chairwoman Audrey Scott called the incident "very disturbing."
“No motive has been established but whatever the reason may be it is very troubling that someone would do this to our volunteer field office,” Scott said in a statement.
The Salisbury office -- part of the GOP's national "Victory Campaign" -- is in a former Hollywood Video store.