DICKSON, Tenn. – The search is underway in Dickson County for at least four suspects who fired shots at an apartment complex early Tuesday morning.
The incident was reported around 5 a.m. at a complex on West Broad Street and South Mulberry Street in Dickson. The shooting happened only a few blocks away from the police station and Dickson Elementary School.
NewsChannel 5 has learned that at least four gunmen fired into a unit after an apparent argument.
At some point during the altercation, a door was slammed shut, prompting those on the outside to pull guns and fire shots -- shattering windows and piercing the door.
No one was hurt in the shooting.
Officials on the scene said it appear the incident was not a random drive-by, but rather some type of argument that turned violent.
Police said the suspects drove away from the scene in an SUV. No additional information was known.
The investigation remains ongoing.