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Pasadena: Bullet Flies Through Window, Hits Wall, Found in Baby Crib

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Here's a cozy north Pasadena story. Early this morning around 1 a.m., a group of 10 people were gathered on a street in Pasadena when about three shots were heard. The group dispersed and four houses down, a bullet that made its way through a window was found between the legs of a 1-year-old in his crib, according to the Pasadena Star News. The incident took place on the 800 block of Worcester Avenue near Orange Grove and Fair Oaks.

No one was injured and police are working off few details. Suspects were described as either male hispanics or blacks in white t-shirts.

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