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Willoughby Hills police respond to shots-fired at Airbnb house party

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Posted at 1:30 PM, Apr 11, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-11 15:08:46-04

WILLOUGHBY HILLS, Ohio — Police arrested multiple people early Saturday morning after shots were fired at a Willoughby Hills Airbnb house party.

According to the Willoughby Hills Police Department, at around 2 a.m., officers responded to a home in the 36000 block of Beech Hills Drive after shots were reportedly fired.

Police said that when they arrived, several cars were fleeing the scene and a large number of people were seen running around the yard.

Witnesses told the officers that there had been a fight and someone in a car got out and opened fire, authorities said. Witnesses also told officers that there were people in the house who were possibly injured.

The individuals in the house locked themselves in and refused to come out. it wasn’t until the Western Lake County Emergency Response Team arrived that authorities said they were able to enter the residence.

No injuries were reported, according to police.

In total, 10 people were charged with disorderly conduct, a 4th-degree misdemeanor.

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