Police: No Injuries or Arrests After Shots Fired in Old Town

There were no injuries or arrests after another incident of gunfire in Old Town.

Alexandria police reported a call for shots fired early Sunday evening in the area of North Patrick and Montgomery Streets in Old Town.

Police spokesperson Amanda Paga told ALXnow that evidence was collected at the scene, but could not confirm how many shots were fired or if anything was hit. She also did not confirm when police received the call. The public was notified in a tweet at 6:06 p.m.

Alexandria Police has seen a surge in calls for shots fired this year.

The incident occurred a block north of the Charles Houston Recreation Center, and is near Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority properties and restaurants.

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