Cheer star Cassadee Dunlap’s dad has ‘shot multiple times’ after entering the wrong apartment

To cheer Star Cassadee Dunlap’s father was reportedly “shot multiple times” on Saturday (September 10) after allegedly entering the wrong apartment.

According to news reports, the incident happened around 3 a.m. at a complex in Little Rock, Arkansas.

This was announced by a spokesman for the Little Rock police New York Post that Ronald Dunlap, 49, was out drinking with his nephew and some friends on Saturday night.

Upon returning to the Canopy Apartments complex, he is said to have attempted to break into apartment 12D – instead of apartment 15C, which he owns.

The publication reported that Apartment 12D’s owner, Joshua Womach, said he was asleep when he heard a banging noise. The 23-year-old added he “woke up and grabbed his gun”, saw Ron in his kitchen and fired five or six shots at him.

Police said they found Ron “lying face down on the floor outside Womack’s apartment” and were able to provide enough first aid to take Cassadee’s father to a local hospital.

According to the New York Post‘s report, an investigation into the incident is ongoing and no charges have yet been filed.

The Independent has reached out to Cassadee representatives for comment.

Cassadee is reportedly a part-time cheerleading coach at the University of Arkansas after appearing on Netflix’s second season To cheerwhich premiered in January of this year.

The series follows a cheerleading team from Navarro College in Corsicana, Texas in their quest for a national title.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/cheer-cassadee-dunlap-father-shot-b2166754.html Cheer star Cassadee Dunlap’s dad has ‘shot multiple times’ after entering the wrong apartment


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