Gunfire near his East Austin home resulted in four arrests

APD currently knows that at least three people were injured in that shooting, one critically.

AUSTIN, Texas — Four people were arrested and at least three people were injured in a shooting at a party in East Austin early Tuesday morning.

At 1:09 am on January 3rd, the Austin Police Department (APD) received a call stating that there had been gunfire at a large party on the 1100 block of Ebert Avenue.

How the incident began, according to the report filed, was that either someone came to a house party and started shooting, or a person who was already there started shooting. The official start of the incident has not been fully confirmed at this time, as the scene spanned several houses on the block.

When officers arrived at the scene, people both on foot and in vehicles ran from the home. One of the vehicles driving away from the scene was stopped by APD and the four occupants arrested. Another person who ran away on foot was later arrested.

APD currently knows that at least three people were injured in that shooting, one critically.

The injured may have been dropped off at 24-hour clinics and later taken to an emergency room after the incident.

In addition, an overturned vehicle was found on Berger Street, which is believed to have been involved in the incident due to its proximity to the original crime scene. Further details about the overturned vehicle and the crime scene are not available at this time.

This is an evolving story. Check for updates again.

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Laura Coffey

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