I-Team: Shots fired at Cleveland police car overnight, barely missed officers

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CLEVELAND– A bullet went through the window of a Cleveland police car overnight while two officers were on patrol.

It happened near East 90th Street and Morris Avenue.

Multiple sources confirm a gunshot went through the vehicle apparently on the front passenger’s side window barely missing the officers.

We’ve learned the officers were on patrol in the area for drug activity.

Police have made a report for attempted murder, felonious assault and vandalism, but no arrests have been made.

The car has been taken to an impound lot to be processed by crime scene techs.

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