On 01.20.20 at approximately 9:30 PM there were several shots fired at a home in Franklin Township. The home is located in the 100 block of Furman Rd. The Northern York County Regional Police Department determined that the home was struck twice. The police were able to recover one of the projectiles.
The Northern York County Regional Police Department initially interviewed a 16 year old resident of the home that was shot at by the suspect. The juvenile victim reported that he believed that the home had been shot by a person only known as “Will.”
The victim advised that he had been put in contact with Will in October 2019 through a mutual friend. The victim purchased a pot “cookie” from Will for $20.00. After the purchase will became angry accusing the victim of paying him with a counterfeit bill.
On 01.20.20 the victim advised he received a message via social media from Will demanding his money. Later on 01.20.20 a maroon Pontiac drove past the Furman Rd. home blowing the horn. The victim reported that he had previously observed Will driving a maroon Pontiac. A short time later the juvenile heard three to four gunshots. The victim had four to five friends in the home at the time shots were fired into the home. Nobody was struck by the shots.
Through witness interviews and social media contacts it was determined that the suspected shooter was 22 year old William Lee Nally Jr. of Boiling Springs, PA.
Penn DOT records showed that William Nally Jr. owns a 2004 Pontiac. The Pontiac is burgundy in color.
William Nally Jr. was later interviewed by the police where he confessed to shooting at the juvenile victim’s home because the victim owed him money. William Nally reported that he no longer possesses the gun he used to shoot the home.
William Lee Nally Jr. was arraigned on charges of Discharging of a Firearm Into an Occupied Structure, Recklessly Endangering Another Person and Criminal Mischief. Magisterial District Judge Richard Thomas set his bail at $50,000 unsecured.