A new study by the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League shows that there is no single definition of a drive by shooting.
A drive by can happen anywhere.
It can happen in the parking lot, in a crowded bar, in the backyard, or in a parking lot where a vehicle is parked, said Mark Potok, senior fellow at the Anti.
Defamation Law Center.
The definition of drive-bys is really, really broad, he said.
“You have a shooting where people get up, they’re on their way to a movie or they’re shopping, and suddenly they get a call saying that someone is in a car and they need to leave,” Potok said.
A person is considered a suspect if they are seen driving toward a car.
People with guns are considered armed.
A driver could be armed, but a car cannot.
There are different rules for what constitutes a “drive-by” and what is considered an “unarmed” drive-through.
The new study found that drive-ways were often used by gangs and gang members to conduct drug deals, drug raids, or to make money.
They also used them to carry out random shootings and other crimes.
Drive-by shootings in the past three years in Dallas have been the most violent.
In a few instances, people were injured in drive-thru shootings, and police said they had to shoot to protect people who were trying to escape.
Some people said they were afraid to leave their cars in the drive-in because they feared people would see them.
“I know I’ve had friends killed because they were going to drive out there and shoot me,” said Deonne B. Boulton, whose mother, Deonnye Boulon, was killed in the Dallas shootings in 2013.
“We’re supposed to be safe in our own homes, but we’re not.
They’ve been shooting at us, and we’re just supposed to stay put and watch.
I mean, what else is there to do?”
The Anti-Terrorism Act, passed in 1996, was supposed to stop the violence that took place on drive-ins.
The bill says a person can’t “intentionally or recklessly” shoot a person who is fleeing the scene of a crime.
The law says a driver has a right to be “in the course of his employment” and has the right to retreat if necessary.
It does not say where the person can retreat to.
Police say people can retreat in a variety of ways.
They can use “forcefully to remove a person from a motor vehicle,” or “use physical force or threat of physical force against a person.”
Police also said it’s legal for people to drive off, but the law does not make it clear how.
“In this day and age, where we live in an age of social media and video, a lot of people think that if you get a phone call saying you have to leave, you can go,” said Lt.
Paul Schaffner, a Dallas Police Department spokesman.
Schaff, who is a member of the Dallas Police Commission, said officers have responded to nearly 100 calls related to drive-Thru shootings since last summer.
Some callers told police they believed they had been targeted by a gunman.
Police believe the drive by shootings have been occurring more often than the ones in which police say a gunman was responsible.
“The reason I say the police are on it, because we don’t know,” Schaffn said.
He said officers often do not have a lot to go on and rely on witness accounts to corroborate their stories.
“This is an ongoing issue,” Schiffner said.
Some police said officers were getting threats because of the drive throughs.
“There’s a lot more hate coming out of that area,” said Officer Mike Allen.
Allen, who has been a police officer for more than 20 years, said he’s been asked about the drive thrus and he thinks they are a nuisance.
“It’s an ongoing concern,” Allen said.
In the past two years, there have been more than 200 drive-THR shootings in Dallas.
“They’re just a distraction for people who are going to the movies or the movies are going out, and they’re going to be in the area and they can shoot, shoot, fire off a few shots,” Allen told CNN.
Some of the people who have been shot in drive by situations have been arrested.
Last month, three men were arrested for a drive thru shooting in the St. Paul area.
A man who was driving the vehicle was shot and killed.
The driver’s body was found with a bullet hole in his chest.
The victims were identified as Joshua S. Foye, 22, of Dallas; Joshua J. Thompson, 23, of Oak Cliff, Florida; and Aaron C. Harris, 19, of St. Petersburg, Florida.
All three were charged with murder.
Police said they believed the