Tense moments in a Nampa neighborhood after shooting

Tense moments in a Nampa neighborhood after shooting
NAMPA, Idaho (KBOI) – Police responded to a tense scene overnight in a Nampa neighborhood.

Nampa police confirm a shooting happened in the area of 5th Street South and 11th Ave South in Nampa. We were told by police that one person was shot in the upper leg, no officers were involved in the shooting.

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Witnesses told police that three suspects and the victim got into a disturbance. During the incident, one of the men shot a gun and hit the victim. The suspects then fled the scene on 11th Ave So. in a large dark colored SUV type vehicle with off road type tires.

Officers were able to get a partial description of the suspects, all white males in their 20's. One was wearing a black sweatshirt with a hood and camouflage pants. One was a large bald male with a red shirt and tan pants and the third was wearing a black leather jacket, black pants and a black beanie.

Neighbors were definitely on edge in this morning. Tasha Munster lives a couple of blocks away and says she came home to chaos after work.

“Yah I just got home and I couldn’t find my sister anywhere and they were pretty mush hiding out at the Stinker Station because they heard two gun shots,” Munster told KBOI.

Munster also says she knew something had to be going on because of the number of police and cars in her neighborhood.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call 343-COPS.