Two charged with intimidation for shooting at Gary home

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Mikale Calhoun | Gary Police Department

Two northwest Indiana men are the subject of a police manhunt after they were charged with shooting into a Gary home about six weeks ago.

Mikale Calhoun, 31, is charged with criminal recklessness and intimidation; and Preston Meux, 25, is charged with pointing a firearm and intimidation, according to Gary police. Both men are from Gary and both remain at-large.

On Jan. 22, Calhoun and Meux were armed with guns when they intimidated another man before firing shots at his home in the 3700 block of Harrison Street in Gary, police said.

Anyone with information about the incident or the men’s whereabouts should call Detective Sergeant William Fazekas at (219) 881-1210.

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