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UPDATE: 2 Hurt in Cedar Rapids Shootings

UPDATE: CEDAR RAPIDS, IA (CBS2/FOX28) Two people are recovering after three separate shots fired calls in Cedar Rapids on Sunday.  
The first call came in around 5 o'clock when someone reported shots being fired in the 300 block of 16th St. SE.
When police got there, they arrested two people but say those arrests were for outstanding warrants.
The second call was around 7:30 last night, on 4th Ave. SE in that incident, police say one person was shot in the leg.
The victim was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay.
The third call came in just after ten; this time, officers went to 2105 Towne Court NE where police found someone had been grazed in the leg by a bullet.
Officers say, that person refused medical treatment.
So far, no arrests have been made.
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA (CBS2/FOX28) -- Cedar Rapids Police responded to three reports of shots fired in Cedar Rapids on Sunday.

The first incident happened around 5:00 PM in the 300-block of 16th St SE.  No victim was located and no injuries were reported.  Police did detain a number of subjects and two were eventually arrested on outstanding warrants.

Then, around 7:30 PM, police responded to the 1800-block of 4th Ave SE.  In that incident, a victim was shot in the leg.  They were uncooperative with officers.  Officers did, however, find shell casings in the area.

Around 10:13 PM, officers were called to 2105 N Towne Ct NE.  One victim suffered a graze wound to their thigh, but refused medical treatment.  Police are continuing to investigate that incident.
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