'B****, I swear, b****, I’m gonna crack your phone:' Drive-by shooting suspect says to Tacoma woman

Tacoma Police are asking for your help to identify these suspects in a stolen Kia. “They shot into an occupied residence. Thankfully, no one was struck by these bullets but we are trying to identify them so they can be taken into custody,” said Officer Wendy Haddow about the incident on Dec. 28, 2022. Since the start of 2023, more than 216 Kias and Hyundais have been reported stolen in the Tacoma and Pierce County area. Many of them have been used in violent crimes including armed robberies, drive-by shootings, and joyriding on city streets at high rates of speed.