Kent police have arrested one man and were searching for others in connection with a home-invasion early today.
Residents of a home in the 22800 block of 103rd Avenue Southeast called 911 just after 2:10 a.m. to report the incident. They had detained a 31-year-old Kent man that had been part of a group that forced its way into the home, police reported.
The victims reported that three men they didn’t know arrived at the home early today. One of the victims confronted one of the suspects outside, police said.
The three suspects forced their way into the house and both sides fought.
The victims detained one of the suspects and found two guns the suspects had allegedly used, police reported.
No victims were not injured and nothing was taken from the home.
The detained suspect was injured in the fight. He was taken to Harborview Medical Center for treatment of head and torso injuries, police reported. His condition was not known.
Meanwhile, Kent police are searching for the other two men.