UPDATE: Police Provide Details on Washington County Shooting
Update 5:14pm: At an afternoon press conference, police say an argument broke out between a tenant and landlord, it quickly escalated to where the landlord called 911. The tenant, identified as 38 year old Matthew Parant, fired several shots at police and his landlord, which was the beginning of a tense standoff that lasted until early morning. Nobody was hit by gunfire and luckily nobody was injured. Parant eventually surrendered to police and was taken into custody. He's facing two counts of first degree attempted murder and 1 count of second degree attempted murder.
Update 1:13pm: NewsChannel 13's Dan Levy is at the scene. He says a dispute took place late Thursday night, in which a 911 call was placed. When police arrived someone involved in the dispute shot at the troopers. This led to a standoff and a SWAT Team was called to the scene. Levy says there were a large number of people inside the home, one of them believed to be a child. The man who fired at police eventually gave himself up early this morning. He's been arrested and police are expected to hold a press conference later today with more details.
Not a lot of details are known, but NewsChannel 13 is reporting a heavy police presence in the Washington County town of White Creek on Jermaine Hill Lane.
State Police say nobody was injured and there is currently no threat to the public. No word yet on who fired the shots or the circumstances surrounding the incident, however a large number of police remain at the scene.