SPRING HILL, Fla - A Hernando mother, her two children and their grandfather narrowly escaped being injured during a drive-by shooting in Spring Hill Monday night.
It happened around 7:30 p.m. in the 4200 block of Dristol Avenue.
Anthony Rivera, 21, is charged with attempted second degree murder and Alexandra Clubb, 23, is charged with principle to attempted second degree murder.
Hernando County deputies say Clubb and the woman she shot at have children by the same man. The two apparently became involved in a verbal dispute earlier in the day at another Spring Hill location.
Deputies believe the fight was over the women sharing children with the same man.
Later in the day, the woman noticed Clubb's car slowly driving by her residence several times. Worried, the woman called for her father to come out of the house. When he came out, the two grandchildren came along.
At that time, deputies say Rivera, who was driving Clubb's car, rolled down the window and attempted to conceal his face with a cloth.
Rivera reportedly raised a firearm and pointed it at the family. Deputies say three or four gunshots were fired.
Fearing for their safety, the family sought cover and the vehicle sped off.
Deputies say when the located the vehicle in question, Rivera fled. A short time later, the car was located on Stillwater Avenue and Rivera was taken into custody.
Clubb was also detained by deputies.
As the suspects were removed from the vehicle, deputies say a spent shell casing from a small caliber revolver was found between the windshield and dashboard.
Post Miranda, deputies say Rivera denied any involvement and invoked his right to counsel.
Clubb made numerous admissions regarding her possible involvement Post Miranda, according to deptuies.
Rivera is also charged with driving with a suspended/revoked license and fleeing and eluding. He is being held on $15,500 bond.
Clubb is being held on $10,000 bond.