Cleveland Police responded Saturday to the area of Beech Circle where an apparent disturbance was reported, then reports of gunfire were received, according to 911 reports.
The incident occurred shortly before 2:30 p.m.
Details of the incident remained sketchy Saturday evening as police continued their investigation.
Officers, city and county, were searching for a silver, newer model Volkswagen Beetle and a mid-90s Hunter Green Cadillac Seville which had black rims.
The cars left the scene on Beech Circle where the incident spurred numerous 911 calls, according to radio transmissions from Bradley County’s 911 Center.
The reports indicated four people were in an argument and someone was wielding a gun.
As officers were responding, reports of gunfire came across the airwaves.
As of late Saturday, the computer aided dispatch files were still open and officers continued to investigate.
- A battery was reportedly taken from a vehicle while it was parked at a Craigmiles Street address this week.
According to a report filed by deputy Phillip Reagan of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, Ricky Smith was identified as the victim.
Smith said someone took a Sears heavy-duty battery from his 1980 Ford F100 pickup truck.
The vehicle’s cab had not been entered, only the engine compartment, according to Reagan.
The battery was valued at $70.
- Recent snow left indications of a suspect who was responsible for committing an aggravated burglary at a 28th Street residence.
Chad Scotton reported to deputy Chad Nave of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, that someone forced entry to his home and took a gaming station and controllers.
Nave located the items by tracking the suspect in the snow.
He located the gaming station and controllers laying in the snow a short distance from the residence.
Other evidence was also collected at the scene of the crime.
Investigation is continuing.