(Updated 4:55 p.m.) A man has been found dead inside a residence on N. Adams Street where police were investigating a shots fired called.
There is no threat to the public, according to Arlington County Police, and the investigation is ongoing.
Police said sheriff’s deputies were serving an eviction notice when they heard a single gunshot.
Officers responded to reports of gunshots being heard on the 2000 block of N. Adams Street, near the Lyon Village neighborhood, around noon Tuesday.
Department spokeswoman Ashley Savage said police were trying to determine whether shots were fired from inside the building.
A local resident reported seeing nearly a dozen police cars at the nearby intersection with Lee Highway.
According to scanner traffic, police were joined in the investigation by sheriff’s deputies, and were searching inside the apartment building as well as around its perimeter. Other officers were directing vehicles around the scene and pedestrians going in and out of the building lobby.
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