Police officers are searching for a suspected shooter who fired six rounds toward the intended victim and his family at a Hialeah trailer park.
The shooting, during which no one was injured, happened at 7:35 p.m. Monday at the parking lot of Holiday Acres Mobile Home Park on 1401 W. 29th St., according to Carl Zogby of the Hialeah Police Department.
Investigators believe the shooting was the result of an argument between the suspect, Gerardo Reygada, and the intended victim, Amaury Ordonez-Rodriguez.
Reygada allegedly pulled out a gun and fired six founds at Ordonez-Rodriguez and his family. No one was injured but two mobile homes were damaged by bullets, Zogby said.
Police officers are looking for Reygada, who is considered armed and dangerous. He has a criminal history that includes burglary and domestic violence, police said.
The suspect may still be driving the 2005 silver Range Rover with Florida tag 798 LMZ.