Four people shot in Arnold; homes, cars riddled with bullets

ARNOLD, Pa. — At least four people were shot late Sunday in Westmoreland County.

Police were called to Kenneth Avenue in Arnold at around 11:15 p.m. after multiple people were shot, according to emergency dispatchers.

Neighbors said they heard upward of 20 gunshots.

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Investigators spent hours gathering evidence and working to talk to any eyewitnesses. They are now piecing together what led to the shooting.

Detectives told Channel 11 that multiple cars and homes were hit by gunfire, putting innocent people in danger.

A towing company hauled away at least three cars, two of them with shot out windows.

All four victims were taken to area hospitals, including one person to the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. Their conditions have not been released.

Neighbors said this has to stop.

“It’s just ridiculous. I don’t know. I’m just… I hear them ya know? You don’t know if to distinguish them between the firecrackers and the gunshots so we just carry on and it’s unfortunate,” said Marley King.

Police are still trying to figure out a motive.

They’ve confirmed there are people of interest.