Two people injured in a shooting at Gillam Park on Sunday are not cooperating with officers, Little Rock police said.
Little Rock police spokesman Sgt. Cassandra Davis said in an e-mail Monday that officers responded to several reports of shots fired at 6 Gillam Park Road about 7:35 p.m.
The police report states that one witness heard about 20 shots fired in the area.
Officers located the victims, 23-year-old Deandre Smith, who was shot in the right leg, and 33-year-old Kenneth Freeman, who received a "graze wound" to his head, the report states.
Both Smith and Freeman refused to give statements to officers, the report states. Officers said Tiffany Kelley, 30 of Little Rock attempted to tell police that Freeman's real name was Torres Jackson, but officers confirmed Freeman's identity using his driver's license.
Officers said three witnesses of the shooting say they were involved in an earlier altercation with the shooters. Ladama Dailey, 40 of Little Rock told police that the gunmen began shooting at a white house from their Cadillac, at which point residents from the house returned fire.
Dailey told police that the shooters left the car and fled the scene on foot. The vehicle was taken into possession by police, the report states.
Davis said detectives are continuing to investigate.