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OGDEN — Four teenagers firing cap guns led to a felony traffic stop in Ogden.

The Weber County Sheriff's Office says four boys were driving up 12th Street Monday shooting at passing cars.

A man called 911 after the teens pulled up beside him at the intersection of 12th Street and Wall Avenue and shot at his car.


They were lucky no one returned fire.

–Weber County Sheriff's Office


Deputies located the teens' car, pulled it over and pulled the teens from the car at gunpoint. Deputies found recently-purchased cap guns in the car.

The man who called police declined to pursue charges since there was no damage to his vehicle.

The Weber County Sheriff's Office Facebook page says the teens were lucky no one returned fire on them.

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