Sunnyside police yesterday (Wednesday) investigated two weapons-related calls.
Just before 9:30 p.m. last night a resident in the area of Beckner Alley and Rouse Road reported hearing five gunshots. Police rushed to the area and recovered five casings believed to have been left at the intersection after shots were fired.
The caller told police a white passenger car was seen leaving the area shortly after the shots were fired, however police were unable to locate the suspect vehicle.
No injuries or damage to property was indicated as a result of the incident.
Police did not provide any further details.
Also yesterday, police just before 7:30 p.m. witnessed an incident involving three individuals in which a gun was drawn.
Officers said a male in his teens was observed at South Ninth Street and East Franklin Avenue displaying the gun to another individual who was riding in a vehicle.
Police say the suspect was detained and read his Miranda rights while two other individuals were detained, and a search of the vehicle was conducted after officers obtained consent.
One of the three males was taken into custody and transported to the Sunnyside Law and Justice Center.
Further details were not available as of press time.
Sunnyside police have also since yesterday investigated two burglaries and two thefts.
A resident in the 3700 block of Outlook Road yesterday reported miscellaneous items stolen from his home after he discovered someone entered the residence through a side window.
Early this morning a business owner in the 1600 block of Morgan Road reported a burglary there. Computers were reportedly stolen sometime overnight.
A citizen at Dollar Tree yesterday reported her vehicle was broken into, and a diaper bag and cell phone were stolen. She told officers it appeared the thieves attempted to steal the vehicle's stereo, as well.
A license plate was reported stolen yesterday from a vehicle in the 1400 block of Kearney Avenue, as well.
Sunnyside police have also since yesterday responded to six automatic alarms, a request to locate an individual wanted by authorities, three animal complaints, two child abuse or neglect complaints, three reports involving disorderly individuals, two reports of fraudulent activity, a report of an intoxicated individual, a loud music call, two missing person reports, a parking problem, a traffic mishap, a sex crime involving two juveniles, a suspicious activity call and a vandalism report.
Officers, too, fielded three informational calls, provided a welfare check, handled a found property report, served two arrest warrants and provided assistance to two agencies and a citizen.