6 people arrested after shots fired and stolen car chase incident last night

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DAVENPORT, Iowa — Six people are in custody after Davenport police were led on a car chase when responding to a shots fired call Wednesday night.

Just before midnight in the 1100 block of Scott St., police responded to shots fired and found shell casings, but no damage to any property.

Witnesses informed police that two cars were chasing each other, and at least one was shooting at the other. Within minutes, officers located one of the cars in the area of 1400 Myrtle St. A chase ensued when the car failed to stop. It eventually crashed in the 200 block of Harrison St.

Two of the six people in the car fled on foot, but were caught. All six have been charged in relation to the incident. Three of them are juvenile girls, ages 15, 16, and 17.

The vehicle was reported stolen on March 12 from near 4300 West Locust St. Two firearms were recovered from the vehicle.

19-year-old Corionte Williams, 19-year-old Caleb Heath, and 20-year-old Cavarreon Smith are all being charged with carrying weapons, a misdemeanor, and 2nd-degree theft, a felony. The juvenile girls are charged with 2nd-degree theft and carrying weapons.

Williams and Smith are also being charged with interfering with officials acts, a misdemeanor, while Heath is being charged with intimidation with a dangerous weapon, a felony.

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