The Boise Police Department responded to reports of gunfire early Saturday, a department spokesperson confirmed.
Spokesperson Haley Williams told the Idaho Statesman by text:
At approximately 1:45 a.m. police responded to the area of South 5th and West Grove streets downtown after nearby officers heard at least one shot fired. Boise police quickly located evidence that a gun had been fired.
After speaking to witnesses, officers located a vehicle that may have been involved and contacted the owner.
Following the investigation, officers arrested three suspects in the vehicle on unrelated charges. A firearm was recovered.
Police didn’t find anyone injured at the scene or any property damage. The investigation is ongoing.