Two men arrested after reports of gunshots fired, crowd gathered at Everett party
Two Malden men were arrested early this morning by police responding to calls about a large crowd gathered outside an Everett home and shots fired, according to Everett police.
Samy Fedna and Shakarus Semexant, both 21, were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, said Lieutenant Frank Hoenig of Everett Police in an email.
The first officers to arrive at 43 Charlton St. reported seeing a crowd of 200 people in the street getting into cars and fleeing the area. The officers requested additional assistance and all five Everett police units responded. State Police also assisted in the response, said Hoenig.
“A paid drinking party apparently had taken place in the common area of this address,” Hoenig said.
Several people reported a male firing several shots into the air. No injuries were reported, and police are investigating the incident, Hoenig said.
Fedna and Semexant will be arraigned Tuesday in Malden District Court.Laura Gómez can be reached at email@example.com. Follow her on Twitter @Laura_GomezRod