Two people are in police custody and expected to be charged with reckless conduct after a shooting incident in Hooksett, New Hampshire, that prompted a large police response on Wednesday afternoon.
Hooksett, Manchester and state police responded to a call for a possible "active shooter" in Hooksett around 12:45 p.m. Wednesday. Multiple gunshots had reportedly been fired in the area of Poultry Products, located at 11 Bemis Road. A perimeter was set up and several area roads shut down as police searched the area.
Manchester Police Sgt. Brian O'Keefe said the Manchester Police SWAT team responded to the area and followed the sound of active gunshots. Ultimately, they located and arrested two individuals in the area of Dunbarton and Hacket Hill roads. The two people had long rifles and handguns in their possession.
The suspects were later identified as 19-year-old Shamus Rodriguez and 23-year-old Anthony Zappala. O'Keefe said both subjects were charged with felony reckless conduct.