Six injured after gunfire erupts at a York City house party

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Six people were injured when gunfire erupted at a house party in York City early Saturday morning. Shots rang out around 1:30 a.m. at a home located along the 600 block of Manor Street. The shooting came after a man at the party was kicked out, according to police reports.

A short time later the man came back and opened fire into the crowd which prompted others to shoot back.

When the gunfire ceased–two people were taken to York Hospital in a private vehicle and four others were taken by ambulance.

The victims were identified as:

Khalic Cross, 18, of York (Stable Condition)

Anthony Davis, 18, of York (Stable Condition)

A 17-year-old Juvenile (Guarded Condition)

Quesan Brown, 18, of York (Stable Condition)

Troyvon Breeland, 19, of York (Stable Condition)

Laquaysha Franklin, 19, of York (Stable Condition)

Officers found three guns at the scene. No arrests have been made in connection with the shooting.

Deric Greiman, who drove one of the victims to the hospital was arrested for possession of a concealed gun, but is not believed to be involved in the shooting.

Anyone with information regarding the shooting is asked to contact police at 717-846-1234.