Lehi Police respond to a report of shots fired, turned out to be fireworks
LEHI, Utah — In the early morning hours of Sunday, Lehi Police responded to a call of what they thought were two vehicles exchanging gunfire.
Officers responded to the area of 400 E. Old Ranch Road where the incident was reported to be taking place.
Upon arriving on the scene, law enforcement personnel were able to locate the two vehicles.
According to a posting on Facebook, after a brief pursuit with one of the vehicles and a high-risk stop, the occupants of the vehicles were taken into custody.
Upon investigating the situation, police determined the occupants of the two vehicles had been setting off fireworks at each other. Additionally, police say there was no evidence found that firearms were ever used in the incident.
Lehi police say the individuals in the incident were all juveniles. They have since been released to their parents. The vehicle that fled the from police has been impounded.
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