Police responded to reports of gun shots that apparently left at least one person injured in the intersection of West Nesquehoning and Davis streets around 4:20 p.m. Wednesday, according to scanner reports.
Witness reports indicated that after the initial incident, four or five men fled the scene.
It's the second shooting in Easton -- and on the city's South Side -- in the last three days. On Sunday, two men were shot and wounded in the Neston Heights neighborhood. Police identified a suspect in that shooting Wednesday afternoon.
Police were looking for a blue Pontiac Vibe that was last seen headed south on St. John Street. Scanner reports indicated the vehicle may have been located in a nearby parking lot by around 5 p.m.
A man suspected to be involved was detained by police, after being apprehended in the alley behind Tommy's Pizza off Davis Street about 10 minutes later.
Authorities also apparently recovered a revolver and a jacket a couple of blocks away, and also a shirt at another location within a few blocks.
Reports of a gunshot victim found by a homeowner in the 200 block West St. Joseph Street were also heard, but have yet to be confirmed by authorities.
A possible second victim may have been seen by personnel at St. Luke's Anderson, as radio reports indicated police were on the way to interview a man that may have been involved.
A second suspected actor, reported to be a black male standing 5'8” to 5'10” tall, about 20 years old, and wearing a white tank top is currently being sought, scanner reports indicated.
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