WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – Police in Warren are now working to determine whether or not three people who were shot Wednesday night were from the same shooting or if there were multiple.

It started with several 911 calls reporting gunshots near Tod Avenue NW just before 10:00 p.m. Wednesday night.

Caller: I’m reporting at least 10 gunshots fired within the last sixteen seconds in rapid succession.

One of the calls came from Charlene Humphrey who lives nearby.

Caller: There was just tons of gunshots went off two houses down from me and I heard people screaming and a car taking out of their driveway really really fast.

“Actually sounded like cannons going off. It scared the bajesus out of me,” said Charlene.

Charlene got ahold of her son Larry to let him know what she heard.

“It’s pretty scary when your mom calls and says she hears gunshots outside the house. You get home as fast as you can to make sure everything’s OK,” said Larry.

Police said when officers arrived they found a 21-year-old man with a minor gunshot injury in a driveway.
Shortly after police learned two other gunshot victims, a 20-year-old woman and a 19-year-old man showed up at Trumbull Regional Medical Center, one of whom detectives said had potentially life-threatening injuries.

Now investigators are working to determine if all three of their injuries stemmed from one shooting or several.

As police continue their investigation into the shooting, people who live in the area say what happened Wednesday night was scary.

“It’s a quiet neighborhood. You hear gunshots or something way off in the distance but it’s fairly quiet here. You never hear nothing, and to hear that, it just went right through me. Scared me,” said Charlene.