Four people are in police custody after shots were fired outside a Walmart in Augusta, Maine.
No one was injured, but police say the people involved all knew each other.
Police said the suspects involved were sitting in vehicles parked next to each other when an altercation arose. The occupants of one vehicle fired at the occupants of the other, which resulted in a return in gunfire
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Two of the people fired guns, according to Augusta Police. Kwiesha "Reggie" McBride of Harlem, New York, was charged with Class C reckless conduct with a firearm and Class B aggravated trafficking in schedule W drugs (heroin). Frankie Dejesus of Rochester, New York, was charged with Class C reckless conduct with a firearm and Class B aggravated assault.
Also charged were Diana Davis of Rochester, New York with Class B aggravated assault and Samantha Tupper of Augusta, Maine, with a probation violation and Class B furnishing schedule W drugs (heroin).
All are being held at Kennebec County Jail.
The investigation is ongoing.