UPDATE: Shots Fired At Los Angeles Filming For ABC Crime Drama The recruit this afternoon, disruption of production and dispatch of units to the area.
LAPD media relations officer William Cooper told Deadline that a call arrived at 2:56 p.m. for a possible shooting at Hartford Avenue and West 5th Street.
The units of the Rempart division responded. At 3:30 p.m., police reported that all of the suspects had left upon arrival. At the time of this article’s publication, police were still actively roaming the area.
Cooper had no information on the affected production or the number of shots. But Deadline confirmed it was ABC’s drama series. The recruit, with Nathan Fillion.
There are conflicting reports whether the incident happened on or near the show’s set. Eyewitnesses say they heard three shots hit the building above where crew members were working. Other sources say the shots were fired one block from the plateau.
Police said two suspects targeted an area where security guards were stationed and fired three shots that hit a building near the chosen location, TMZ reported.
No one on the show was injured in the shooting. The recruit the team left the area after the incident. The series will be filmed at another location tonight as scheduled, sources said.
The recruit is currently filming its third season. The next episode airs this Sunday. The series is based on LAPD agent William Norcross, who joined the department in his mid-forties. Nathan Fillion, who plays Nolan, was on set at the time of filming.
Police have not released descriptions of the suspects.