Man with assault rifle opens fire at apartment building, not once, but twice A man with an assault rifle opened fire at an apartment building, narrowly missing adults and children inside. Atlanta Police said he came back the next day and did the same thing. Surveillance video from the apartment building at 455 Fulton Street SW shows a black Jeep pulling up around 6:17 p.m. Sunday evening. The video shows a man getting out of the Jeep, walking toward the building with an assault rifle in his hand. As he gets closer to the building he blasts the building. "The entire street was littered with shell casings," said William North who lives at the Mechanicsville Family Apartments. [...] Many of the residents are terrified. One woman who did not want her name used said she just got back in town Sunday evening, moments before the shooting. "As we got in the house, the shooting started coming through the windows so we started falling to the floor," she said. She told FOX 5's Denise Dillon she was too scared to stay in her apartment so she went to a hotel for the night. [...] Police are now trying to figure out who the driver is, and more importantly who the gunman is and why he shot up the building. "Whatever problems that person has with whoever they think lives in this area has some serious problems to come here twice," said North. The Jeep linked to these incidents is described as a Wrangler with a hard top, tinted windows, and black wheels. The suspect was said to have worn a black pants, black and white shoes, a black T-shirt, and a black skull cap during the first incident. Cops told Law&Crime that there seems to be another person driving the vehicle, since the shooter was getting in and out of the passenger side, but they are unsure about the precise number of occupants.