Update York City Police Chief Wes Kahley said this afternoon that detectives are still investigating the Saturday morning shooting.

No arrests have been made yet, Kahley said.

A York Hospital spokesperson said the hospital had no information on Cross, Davis, Brown, or Breeland, and had no matches for a patient by Franklin's name. Kahley said he had no update on the juvenile's condition.

Reported earlier Six people were shot early Saturday morning in York, after a man was kicked out of a party, returned and began shooting, according to police.

Police were called to the 600 block of Manor Street around 1:30 a.m. for shots fired and found six gunshot victims, according to York City Police. Two were taken to the hospital by private vehicles and four were taken by ambulance, police said.

Police said a party requiring a cover charge was being held at a house in the 600 block of Manor Street. A man was kicked out and later returned and began shooting, causing others to return fire, police said.

The victims were found in front of the address where the party was being held and nearby on West Cottage Place. Three guns were found at the scene, police said.

Police said Khalic Cross, 18, Anthony Davis, 18, Quesan Brown, 18, Troyvon Breeland, 19, and Laquaysha Franklin, 19, all of York, were all in stable condition as of 6:30 a.m. Saturday. A 17-year-old was listed as in "guarded medical condition," according to police.

Todd Rauhauser Jr. lives around the corner on West Cottage Place. He was woken up by his dog barking, he said, and there were two people in his backyard.

He heard someone screaming that they'd been shot, and he called the police.

"It's kind of ridiculous," he said. He was worried about his family, saying he has a 2-year-old and a 4-year-old.

As Rauhauser spoke, a man he said was his neighbor drove by. The man called out the window, telling Rauhuaser to make sure he said he was tired of all the violence in the neighborhood.

To help police

Anyone with information on Saturday's shooting is asked to call York City Police at 846-1234.

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