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The local community center reported gunshots in the facility after a nearby brawl



Indianapolis, Indiana – The organization posted information on social media about a confrontation that involved gunfire that occurred across the street from an Indianapolis community center on Monday night and resulted in two bullet holes in the structure.

No one was wounded, according to the Martin Luther King Community Center’s post. The Butler-Tarkington neighborhood’s Butler-Tarkington Community Center, which closed at 5 p.m., is located at 40 W. 40th St., just east of North Illinois Street and north of Tarkington Park.

According to the article, IMPD does not think that the community center was the intended target of the incident.

The community center was also informed by police that the participants in the altercation “do not live in the neighborhood.” “We do not know the people involved,” the post adds.

“Thank you to everyone who has been concerned and reached out after seeing social media or seeing the police cars.

“There are many ways to resolve conflict. Guns do not have to be the solution.”