A shootout in a Monterey Park neighborhood Monday brought about police capturing three men on inconsequential warrants and catching a few handguns.
Nobody was harmed however four left vehicles and two homes were struck by shots, as per Monterey Park Police Detective Lt. Scott Wiese.
Obscure speculates shot at a living arrangement in the 100 square of New Avenue and the inhabitants of the home discharged back, he said. Agents have not yet distinguished the shooters.
Monterey Park Police got calls about shots discharged in the zone around 5:30 a.m. on Monday, April 15. Wiese said officers discovered slug housings just as four vehicles and two homes struck by gunfire.
He said officers kept seven men and three ladies at the home where a few tenants returned fire.
"Lamentably, the 10 individuals we kept would not say what occurred," Wiese said.
He said three of the men were captured for warrants disconnected to the shooting. Refering to the continuous examination, he declined to discharge their names. Wiese said the men fortified out.
Police likewise served a court order at the home and found a few handguns, Wiese said.
Anybody with data about the shooting was approached to call Monterey Park police at 626-307-1242.