Two suspects arrested after shootout at Greeley Walmart.
Two men who allegedly exchanged gunfire at a Greeley Walmart have been arrested, police said.
The incident happened at about 7 a.m. Friday at 3103 S. 23rd Ave., according to a news release.
Officers arrived and quickly found one suspect. The second suspect was contacted a short time later. Witnesses told investigators that the men fired “multiple” shots at each other.
The men, who know each other through work, had an earlier “physical altercation” before the shots were fired, police said.
Investigators found more than 20 shell casings at the scene, and several unattended vehicles were hit by gunfire, police said. No injuries were reported.
The suspects were identified as 24-year-old Jewan Satcher and 23-year-old Sheldon Nails. Both men are from out of state, police said.
They are being investigated for engaging in a riot, fighting by agreement-dueling, reckless endangerment, illegal discharge of a firearm and prohibited use of a weapon.
Due to the Weld County jail’s COVID-19 booking policies, neither suspect was booked into jail. The suspects were released, and charges will be filed with the District Attorney’s Office, the release said.
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