Gunshots rang out twice in a span of less than four hours in the area of an Endicott home village officials are trying to lock down.
Police were sent to Monroe Street just before 8:30 p.m. Wednesday after a vehicle was struck by gunfire.
Investigators determined the people involved in the shooting had agreed to meet near 1000 Monroe Street following an online argument.
When one car arrived, it was met with gunfire. Everyone involved fled the area.
Police located the vehicle that was struck by shots but those who were in it were described as "uncooperative."
Around midnight - shortly after police left the Monroe Street neighborhood - someone reported hearing a single gunshot.
Several people who were in the area when officers arrived also did not cooperate with police.
According to a village news release there have been "numerous police responses" and complaints filed by residents involving the residence at 1000 Monroe Street.
The village in July started lockdown proceedings against the property in Broome County Court.
Public records show 1000 Monroe Street is owned by Travis Kipp. He could not be reached for comment.
Last April, police reported a man had been slashed in the face during a dispute at the house. No arrests were reported in connection with that attack.
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