UPDATE 8:01 p.m.: Sedric Cook has been arrested.
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Shortly after 11 p.m. on Christmas, Bernard Hall got into a heated argument with people at the home where the mother of his children were at, according to a Sandusky police report.
Hall left, the residents told police, but said he'd be back.
Hall reappeared at the home a short while later, with his two sisters and Sedric Cook in tow, the report said.
As Hall's two sisters argued with a sister of a woman in the home, Hall argued with the woman's son.
Cook allegedly retreated to their vehicle and began firing multiple bullets at the woman's son. The man ran and managed to avoid being hit, but one stray bullet penetrated the wall of a Dixon Drive home, nearly striking a woman sitting in her living room, the report said.
Hall, Cook, and Hall's two sisters then drove away from the area and have not been seen since, Sandusky police Sgt. Scott Dahlgren said.
Prosecutors authorized an attempted murder charge for Cook, and a complicity to attempted murder charge for Hall, the report said.
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