Nashville police arrested three people Wednesday morning after an AK-47 was fired outside a bar.
A suspect in Nashville, Tenn., fired from an AK-47 outside a bar early Wednesday before the flight from the scene, police said.
The officers were patrolling in the area around 2:15 a.m. when they saw a fight outside a nightclub. Guards broke up the fight and three people walked away from the scene.
A suspect then got into an unmarked car, pulled out an AK-47 and fired a few shots before leaving, police said. No one was injured and the suspects fled the scene, WKRN reported.
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The officers called for backup and followed the vehicle. When more officers came, they did a traffic stop, WSMV reported. The three surrendered and the civil servants an AK-47 in the car with spent casings, police said.
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The three suspects were taken into custody and is expected to be charged with willfully endangering, the firing of a gun in the city limits, and heavy abuse, WKRN reported. An investigation is underway. No additional information is immediately available.