Lexington police have arrested and charged three people in a Wednesday morning shooting at a home off Tates Creek Road.
An unidentified man was taken to University of Kentucky Hospital with a gunshot wound to his upper thigh. His injury was not considered life-threatening, said Lexington police Lt. Melissa Sedlaczek.
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Charged are Dominique Dwon Watts, 19; Terrance Dorian Harris, 23; and Takesha Quaniece Powell, 21.
Watts has been charged with first-degree robbery, first-degree assault and first-degree burglary. Harris faces charges of first-degree robbery and first-degree burglary. Powell was charged with carry ing a concealed weapon and criminal facilitation to first-degree robbery.
Police say the shooting occurred a little before 3:15 a.m. at 1054 Forest Lake Drive.
Two people, one armed with a handgun, entered the residence and demanded money from three men who were guests at a gathering, according to police. During the confrontation, one of the men was shot in the leg. Police said a second man was struck in the head with a handgun. Both men were transported to UK Hospital.
Police did not release more details about the second victim.
The nature of the gathering was not clear. Several people fled after the shooting, including the residents, Sedlaczek said.
Police caught up with a car seen leaving the scene near Tates Creek Road and Malabu Drive. Officers took five people into custody for questioning, she said.