Charges filed in shooting that hit Harley building

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MILWAUKEE (AP) - Two Harley-Davidson employees and a candidate they were interviewing for a job dropped to the floor and crawled out of a conference room after a bullet shattered a window at the company's Milwaukee headquarters.

A criminal complaint filed in Milwaukee County Circuit Court says the bullet was one of 10 to 15 fired in the middle of the street by Thomas Dright-Jackson at his ex-girlfriend May 22. She was not hit.

A Harley employee said he heard what sounded like popping sounds and the window shattered. The Journal Sentinel says the job candidate and two interviewers had to "Army crawl" out of the room. The building was temporarily locked down.

Dright-Jackson is charged with recklessly endangering safety and other felony charges.