Several arrests made following two Sunday-morning shootings

SEATTLE -- Several arrests were made in the wake of two reported shootings early Sunday morning in Seattle.

Officers responded to an apartment building in Georgetown shortly before 2 a.m. after a number of 911 calls reported shots being fired.

According to the Seattle Police Department, officers arrived to find people fleeing the apartment in multiple directions. Officers stopped a number of people and arrested them on outstanding warrants.

A search of the apartment turned up plenty of broken furniture but no guns, bullet holes or victims, according to police.

Less than two hours later, officers were called to a hookah bar near 12th Avenue South and South Main Street for more reports of shots fired.

According to police, a 25-year-old man and his friends were hanging out in the parking lot of the hookah bar when they saw a number of cars pull into the lot and heard gunshots.

The victim and his friends ran off, with the victim only later realizing he'd been shot in the leg, according to police.

The victim was treated and released from Valley Medical Center, and police are continuing to investigate.