According to the Salem Police Department, an open 911 call led to police gathering at a residence on South Jackson Street.
Along with the city police, the Indiana State Police were on the scene.
Salem Police Officer Tanner Fultz said police initially responded to a 911 call at 11:11a.
“It was an open call,” he said. “Which means the caller called dispatch and either spoke to an operator or left the line open while police were responding.”
Fultz said the initial call was for a domestic disturbance.
Asked if guns were involved, Fultz said no.
While at the residence, police discovered a warrant was issued for one of the residents and was served by Washington County deputies.