Binghamton Police Probe Possible Shots Fired Case
Police officers and detectives converged on a Binghamton neighborhood after a report of shots being fired.
The initial call of the incident on William Street was received around 11:30 a.m. Friday.
City fire medics and an ambulance were dispatched to the scene but it was not immediately known if anyone was transported from the area.
Police closed off a block of William Street between Ely and Griswold streets.
Investigators set up a perimeter with yellow crime scene tape around a two-family house at 29 William Street.
Detectives placed two evidence markers in the driveway near the sidewalk and the street.
Police officers went door-to-door to nearby homes seeking information from people who had been in the area around the time of the incident.
At the scene, Detective Lieutenant Corey Minor said investigators were trying to determine what had occurred. He would not say whether there had been any injuries.
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