Investigation underway after shots fired at Hooper residence
HOOPER, Utah — Deputies are investigating after shots were fired at a residence in Hooper early Sunday morning.
According to a Monday afternoon press release from the Weber County Sheriff’s Office, deputies, along with officers from several different agencies, responded to the address at 2:43 a.m.
“Upon arrival, deputies observed several people fleeing the area,” the release stated.
Several people were detained, according to the release, while law enforcement began their investigation. During that time, deputies said several spent firearm casings were found in the roadway.
“The involved parties are not cooperating with investigating deputies,” the release stated.
A drone was then deployed in the area to help locate any outstanding victims or suspects, but none were found.
Deputies said through the investigation, it appears the suspects fired the rounds into the air, adding that no injuries were reported at the scene and no property damage was found.
“Upon initial investigation, this appears to be an incident between party goers and there appears to be no outstanding danger to the public,” the release stated.
Anyone in the area of 4800 S. 5100 West with a camera has been asked to check their footage from 2:30 a.m. to 3:30 a.m. and “call to report any suspicious activity or video footage of the incident to Deputy Creamer at 801-395-8221.”
According to the release, no arrests have been made at this time and the incident remains under investigation.
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