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Three Altus teens arrested following shots fired call

ALTUS, OK (KSWO)- Three teenagers have been arrested after shots rang out in one Altus neighborhood. It happened just after noon on West Frisco Street.

Residents called 911 saying a group of teens was arguing in front of a house -- when one of them started firing a shotgun. When police arrived, the suspects ran. Three people were later arrested.

Officers are still searching for that weapon. No word on what prompted the shooting - or if anyone was hurt.

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