SACRAMENTO, CA (PSN) — The Sacramento Police Department is actively investigating a shooting that occurred late Friday evening in Del Paso Heights.

According to initial reports, at 8:25 PM, an officer from the Sacramento Police Department, William J. Kinney Police Facility, located at 3550 Marysville Road, reported that their position was under fire in the parking area of the station. The gunfire resulted in damage to officers’ private vehicles, though no personnel were injured during the incident. The officer reported that the shots were coming from north of the polcie station.

Minutes later, at 8:26 PM, the situation escalated with two separate activations of the ShotSpotter system. The first activation detected 13 rounds in the 3800 block of Marysville Blvd., followed immediately by a second activation for an alarming 50 rounds fired in close proximity.

The Sacramento Police Department quickly responded to the scene, where they confirmed the shootings via a media release: "We are on scene investigating a shooting in the 3500 block of Marysville Blvd. At this time one victim has been located and transported to an area hospital. [We] do not have any injury status at this time. This is still a very active and evolving call," said a spokesperson from the Sacramento Police Department.

Further updates from the police clarified that two male adults were found with gunshot wounds deemed non-life-threatening. They were promptly transported to a local hospital for treatment. Additionally, the gunfire damaged four vehicles, although no residential structures were hit.

The initial indicator of the shooting was officers in the police department parking lot, three blocks away, coming over the air, stating they were taking rounds with shots fired north of the police station.

Today, police officials have confirmed that some of those vehicles struck were officers' private vehicles parked in the back of the Kinney Police Facility three blocks away.

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