A man accused of firing shots at three other men last week is still on the loose in Klamath Falls...
Paul Barrows lives just across the street from where the shooting took place...
"And to have somebody just flailing bullets around, because of their ignorance, that makes me upset as a homeowner."
It happened Thursday night.
Witnesses say 26 year old Michael Randolph had words with three other men who were sitting on a park bench.
"From what I heard, the young guy got away." Says neighborhood resident Lance Walker. "He walked across the street over to the school, pulled out a gun, and let go with a clip of bullets - emptied the gun at them."
Paul Barrows adds: "I heard seven reports at around 6:20. And I counted them."
The shots were made with a handgun from the front of Mills School towards a bench at Stukel Park.
Randolph posted this on his facebook page about two hours prior to the shooting: "You better pray to God that the pigs find me first cause watch what happens if they don't."
"We can't say it's gang related." Notes Lieutenant Rob Dentinger of the Klamath Falls Police Department. "We can say, fairly confidently say that the suspect in the case has some gang indications that he might be a gang associate, or a gang member."
Neighbors say they'll feel more comfortable when Randolph is found.
"A lot of people, they don't want to come out anymore." Says Lance Walker. "They don't want to walk around - if they do, it's during the day."
"I hope they catch the guy." Added Paul Barrows.
Police say Randolph should be considered armed and dangerous.
Michael Randolph was arrested on Sunday, July 15th for being a felon in possession of a firearm. He was released the following day on his own recognizance.