Three arrests made after Lewiston shooting incident

Three people have been arrested in connection with the investigation into an early Saturday morning shooting in Lewiston.

LEWISTON (WGME) -- An early morning shooting in Lewiston Saturday has led to three arrests but nothing on any potential victim.

Lt. Dave St. Pierre said shots were fired just after 6 a.m. in the area of 135 1/2 Bartlett St. He said it is apparent someone was shot but no victim has been located or has come forward.

On Sunday morning, police said three people were arrested in relation to the investigation, with the charges related to robbery, illegally possessing firearms and drugs.

Quentaris Jerome Leonard, 33, of Lewiston was charged with possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, and possession of cocaine.

James Lewis Crump, 41, of Dorchester, Mass. was charged with robbery, possession of a firearm by a prohibited person and aggravated reckless conduct.

Sharod William Nunes, 39, of Lewiston was arrested on a previously issued warrant of arrest for aggravated trafficking in scheduled drug, Class A.

All three are being held at the Androscoggin County Jail.

Police continue to investigate the shooting, asking the public to call police.

On Saturday, police located evidence suggesting someone else may have been injured during the incident but a victim has not been located. The nature of the potential injury is unclear and may or may not be a gunshot wound.

St. Pierre said more charges may be coming.

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