WATERBURY, Conn. (AP) — Police were investigating a shooting in Waterbury over the weekend that left four men injured.
Officers responding to a weapons complaint near Gasparri Lane found blood trails and evidence of gunfire, a Waterbury police spokesperson said.
The officers found two shooting victims, one man with a wound to the upper thigh and one who had been shot in the buttocks, police said.
Two additional victims were located at a nearby hospital, police said. One had been shot in the hand and the other in the abdomen, they said.
None of the victims’ injuries were considered life-threatening, police said. Police have made no arrests.