Shots fired in Village of Brockport, suspect still at large
BROCKPORT, N.Y. (WHEC) — College officials believe there is no imminent threat to the SUNY Brockport after there were reports of gunshots fired during an incident that happened on King Street in the Village of Brockport Sunday morning. The statement was released Sunday morning following the incident.
According to Brockport police, at approximately 2 a.m., authorities were dispatched to a disturbance call on King Street. Upon responding, they heard what sounded like two gunshots. However, upon arrival on the scene, police did not find anyone with a gunshot wound.
According to multiple witness statements, Brockport PD learned that several fights occurred both inside and outside the location. A suspect, who was outside the location, fired two gunshots into the air.
Through further investigation, a search warrant was obtained and a handgun was located which is the suspected weapon used.
It is still an ongoing investigation and police do not have anyone in custody.
There are no known injuries associated with the incident. The suspect remains at large.