Two Arrested After Confrontation, Possible Shots Fired in Hialeah: Police

Police investigating near-deadly incident in Hialeah Sunday

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    Two men are in custody after shots were likely fired during a confrontation at a Hialeah business Sunday afternoon, police said. The incident happened around 1 p.m. at a business in the area of 76th Street and 24th Avenue, Hialeah Police spokesman Det. Carl Zogby said. (Published Sunday, Mar 24, 2013)

    Two men are in custody after shots were likely fired during a confrontation at a Hialeah business Sunday afternoon, police said.

    The incident happened around 1 p.m. at a business in the area of 76th Street and 24th Avenue, Hialeah Police spokesman Det. Carl Zogby said.

    Zogby said two men who work at the business were involved in a confrontation with two other men, who may have fired shots. The two shooters fled the scene and no one was injured, Zogby said.

    The victims were able to give police a description of the suspects and their vehicle, and officers found them a short time later in the 4500 block of W. 20th Avenue, Zogby said.

    The two men, who weren't identified, were taken into custody. Detectives will be searching the car for weapons, Zogby said.

    Police are trying to determine whether the men knew each other or if it was a random crime, Zogby said. He said the two men will definitely be charged.

    "They're definitely facing charges, at this point, they're facing attempted murder because we do have evidence that they shot at those two gentlemen on the original scene," Zogby said.