Richland Police arrested 4 people and took several into custody at a home on Thursday.
At about 9:30 am, Police were called out to a weapons complaint in the 300 block of Barth Avenue.
Reports say a witness saw a white male display a pistol and fired off a single round. Upon arrival, officers were quick to set up a perimeter.
According to the Richland Police Department Facebook page:
Members of the RPD SUAS team deployed a drone which located several people in the backyard of the involved residence. With the assistance of a Kennewick PD K9, BCSO deputies, and the Tri-Cities Regional SWAT Team thirteen subjects were detained.
One person was identified as being in unlawful possession of a firearm and arrested.
Three others were also arrested for local warrants.
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