MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Authorities say a man arrested for drive-by shootings in Prior Lake and Shakopee is accused of shooting at a Chaska residence back in May.

Luke Mackenzie Campbell, 28, was identified by Chaska police as a suspect in the drive-by shooting of a Chaska home on May 28. The home was occupied at the time of the incident. He has been charged with dangerous weapons – drive by shooting and reckless discharge of a firearm. There were no injuries in the incident.

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Campbell is also suspected of firing at a utility box at the intersection of Audubon Road and Trumble Street on the same night.

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He was arrested for a drive-by shooting in Prior Lake that took place June 17. Witnesses told authorities that Campbell has a history of shooting his gun while driving his motorcycle or vehicle. He was known to pull his gun and shoot in both Chaska and Shakopee.

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Campbell is in custody in the Scott County Jail awaiting charges on unrelated investigations in both Shakopee and Prior Lake.