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3 arrested after Scott County shooting

Steven Webb (Source: Scott County Sheriff's Office) Steven Webb (Source: Scott County Sheriff's Office)
Angela Graham (Source: Scott Co. Sheriff's Office) Angela Graham (Source: Scott Co. Sheriff's Office)
Tommy Graham (Source: Scott County Sheriff's Office) Tommy Graham (Source: Scott County Sheriff's Office)
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(Source: Scott County Sheriff's Office) (Source: Scott County Sheriff's Office)
SIKESTON, MO (KFVS) -

Three people face charges after a shooting in Scott County early Tuesday morning.

Steven Webb, 28, of Morehouse is charged with armed criminal action, assault in the second degree, property damage in the first degree, and being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm.  He was arrested Wednesday morning.

Angela N. Graham, 47, of Sikeston is charged with hindering prosecution, concealing an offense, and tampering with evidence.  Her bond is set at $10,000.

Tommy D. Graham, 50, of Sikeston is charged with felon in possession of a firearm, concealing an offense, and hindering prosecution.  His bond is set at $15,000.

Webb is accused of using a high powered weapon to shoot 24 rounds into a car and house at 3259 Hwy. BB with two people standing nearby.  Police say no one was injured.

[SLIDESHOW: Morehouse shooting.]

Angela N. Graham is the mother of Steven Webb. According to Morehouse Police Chief Jack Hayes, 47-year-old Graham is the Municipal Judge in Morehouse.

 "It's a quiet neighborhood, said Robert Cooper. "You hardly hear anything going on. Every now and again you will hear a siren go by, but it's just passin' through."

Webb's girlfriend told police he had been drinking and became combative when she and his parents would not let him leave on his motorcycle.

Webb ripped his shirt, stuffed part of the shirt into the gas fill area of the girlfriend's car, and tried to light the shirt on fire, according to the Scott County Sheriff's Office.

Then, Webb is accused of breaking the girlfriend's car windshield with a motorcycle helmet and beating the girlfriend's car as well as his mother's vehicle with the ball mount of a trailer hitch, according to the sheriff's office.

After that, police say Webb tried to leave in his girlfriend's vehicle, dragging her for a short distance. 

Webb then got an assault type rifle, aimed the rifle at the rear of the girlfriend's car where she was standing, and gave a verbal countdown as if he was going to shoot, according to the sheriff's office.

During the countdown, the girlfriend jumped to the side and Webb fired multiple shots in the vehicle and house.  Scott County Sheriff Rick Walter says three bullets went all the way through the house.

"It was a fully-automatic weapon, those bullets were being sprayed everywhere," said Sheriff Walter. "And, from the reports neighbors are giving us, from what they have heard the shots were in rapid succession and they believe it was automatic. We believe that."

The girlfriend told the sheriff's department Webb said he would not give up his guns and that he would kill the cops if they tried to take him.

The sheriff's office was not notified of the incident until 12 hours after it happened.

Walter says after Webb shot at the house, he took off on his motorcycle south on Hwy. BB.

Tommy and Angela Graham's charges primarily stem from interference on their behalf while officers were conducting an investigation, according to the sheriff's office.

Webb was taken to the Scott County Jail.  His bond is set at $25,000 cash only.

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