Police charge multiple people after gunshots in west Saskatoon

Police charge multiple people after gunshots in west Saskatoon
4 arrested after shots reported on Saskatoon street
Saskatoon police have arrested four people after reports of gunshots in the Pleasant Hill and Westmount areas of the city.  

They say they do not know what the suspects might have been shooting at, but no injuries or damages have been reported.

Just after 9:30 p.m., responding officers found three women and one man in possession of a sawed off shotgun on the 400 block of Avenue M North.

Four charged after randomly firing sawed off shotgun Wednesday night

The people arrested, all in their early twenties, are each facing firearm related charges and are scheduled to appear in court Thursday.

It is not clear what they were shooting at but there have been no related reports of injuries or damage, said a police news release.

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Four people were arrested and charged after reports of gunshots in the Pleasant Hill and Westmount areas of Saskatoon on Wednesday night.

Four people are in custody after reports of gunshots in the Westmount and Pleasant Hill areas on Wednesday night.

“It is not clear what they were shooting at but there have been no related reports of injuries or damage.”

Police were called to the 400 block of Avenue M North around 9:30 p.m. They say when they arrived, they found three women and a man with a sawed off shotgun.

Officers say the group had randomly fired the gun while walking in the area. Police say they arent sure why the group was shooting, but no injuries or damages have been reported.

All four people are facing gun related charges. They will appear in court on Thursday morning.