CHANDLER, AZ - A Chandler shooting left three men injured late Tuesday night, according to the Chandler Police Department.
Officials said that when officers responded to an apartment just before midnight near Frye and McQueen roads, they found a vehicle pulling away.
Police said that the officers stopped the vehicle and found two injured Hispanic men, Raymundo Obeso-Villalobos and Raul Ernesto-Alvarado, inside. Both men sustained hand injuries during a fight at the apartment. Ernesto-Alvarado had been shot in the hand.
Officers found another injured man, Silverio Mendoza-Soto, inside the apartment who suffered a serious head injury.
At least four rounds were fired during the fight, according to police.
Ernesto-Alvarado and Mendoza-Soto were both taken to a local hospital.
None of the injuries are considered life threatening, officials said.
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