Two people and possibly a third were wounded in separate shootings on Sunday.
Police descended on an Omaha neighborhood just after 5 p.m. The first call concerned shots being fired at a house near North 42nd Street and Grand Avenue where one person suffered a leg wound. Three juveniles were caught, but police do not believe any of them actually fired a shot.
Minutes later, officers were called to investigate a report of shots being fired about three blocks away at North 40th and Fowler. No one was hit.
At about 7:15 p.m., a 21-year-old woman was shot in the leg and hip at North 16th and Emmet streets. Two residences were also struck by bullets.
"Because this is all the time up here," said resident Peggy Spittler. "You know it's ridiculous that we can't even go outside of our own house. We always have to stay in."
Then around 8 p.m., police initially reported that someone was shot at 30th and Evans. One suspect was taken into custody following a brief chase near 36th and Pratt where two suspects had abandoned their vehicle, which turned out to be stolen.
However, a victim who was seen on the ground at 30th and Evans could not be located. Police are not sure if the shootings are connected.