Trash talk between two groups of young men erupts in gunfire.
One teenager is shot in the leg and four others are in jail. It all happened on Idaho Street in Tallahassee just after nine Tuesday night.
Tallahassee police say two groups of teenagers had words in front of this home.
Investigators say one group walked to a nearby convenience store, summoned a friend with a car and then headed back to that same house.
OFC John Newland of the Tallahassee Police Department said, "Once they got right in front of the house, one of the suspects, Brown, rolled down the window, got up on top of the car, virtually hanging out of the window, and started shooting across the roof of the car at the four victims and struck one of the victims in the kneecap."
The four teens in the car are now charged with attempted murder: Antonio Mills, Demarcus Manuel, Omar Livingston and Devon Brown. Brown, the alleged gunman, is charged as a juvenile right now and his picture is not available.
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