UPDATE: Police chase after early morning shots fired

DAVENPORT, Iowa-- Three men have been arrested after a shots fired incident led to a police chase early Tuesday morning.

The Davenport Police Department were called to the 6300 block of Appomattox Road, east of Goose Creek, around 12:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 17 finding bullet holes in a nearby vehicle and two buildings, according to a press release from the department.

Police say people who saw the incident described the suspect's vehicle as a tan SUV. Police tried to stop a tan Mercury SUV at West 53rd Street and Brady Street, but it fled eastward on 53rd Street, the statement said.

Police chased the SUV to Interstate 74 where the suspect lost control of the SUV rounding the curve of the on-ramp. The SUV went into the ditch on the shoulder of the eastbound lanes of I-74.

Four people exited the car and ran from police. Three people were arrested.

A handgun was found on the ground outside of the SUV, but no injuries have been reported.

  • Demarlo Eddings, 28, is being charged with intrastate warrant for escape, felon in possession, intimidation with a weapon and interference with a weapon.
  • Teron Conley, 24, is being charged with felon in possession, intimidation with a weapon, interference with a weapon.
  • Marcus Kelly, 33 is being charged with felon in possession, intimidation with a weapon, interference with a weapon.
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