SCOTT COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – Scott County investigators said two people were arrested in a shooting at a high school party over the weekend.
According to Scott County Sheriff, 18-year-old Turlough Mcentee and 16-year-old pulled out guns and pointed them at a homeowner who asked them to leave the party.
Deputies said they left but minutes later, several shots were fired hitting homes and a mailbox.
Deputies said they are still trying to determine arrests in a shooting at a high school party over the weekend.
Original story: 5/3/2021
SCOTT COUNTY, Kentucky (WTVQ) – According to the Scott County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to a shots fired call at a high school party last night.
According to the sheriff’s office, 8-10 people arrived at the party who were not invited. When asked to leave, two suspects pulled handguns out and pointed them at people in the home and left. While leaving, deputies say the suspects fired more than 20 rounds. Two homes were struck by gunfire.
A driver leaving the party when shots were fired hit a mailbox and caused damage.
No injuries have been reported and no there is no word on any possible suspects at this time.