An argument inside an apartment which escalated into a shooting left four people injured in southeast Denver late Friday night.
The shooting happened at the Lowry Park Apartments off East Alameda Avenue and South Fairmount Drive, near the Fairmount Cemetery at around 11:30 p.m.
Two people were shot, but their injuries are non-life threatening. Two others may have been possibly grazed by bullets, according to Denver police. Some of the victims were found by police outside in a courtyard.
Neighbors could hear the commotion.
"I thought the initial shots I heard were on TV," said neighbor Stephen Boucher. "There's just confusion when you hear that ... you don't really know where it's coming from or what's happening ... then you start hearing people yelling and all the cop cars."
It's unclear at this time if the shooting involved more than one suspect. Denver7 asked for a suspect description, but law enforcement was not able to provide one.
This investigation is ongoing.