GREENVILLE, N.C (WNCT) – The investigation continues into a shooting and chase that happened early Sunday in Greenville. Two of the four people who were taken into custody for questioning have been arrested.

Shortly after 3 a.m. on Sunday, Greenville Police Department officers responded to the report of shots fired at Copper Beech Apartments, located off East 10th Street. When the officers arrived, a line of cars began to flee the area.

GPD confirmed a 19-year-old man, Noah Boomer, was shot in an apartment in the 2100 block of Copper Beech Way. He was transported to ECU Health Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries. Several vehicles and apartments in the area were also damaged by gunfire. No other injuries have been reported.

Interim Police Chief Ted Sauls said in a press conference on Monday they did not believe Boomer was the intended target and was an innocent bystander during the shooting. He was sitting inside his apartment when the shooting happened.

Officers attempted to stop a car exiting the complex but the driver failed to stop. As a result, GPD officers, with the assistance of the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office, initiated a vehicle pursuit.

One person jumped out of the vehicle in the area of 14th Street and Charles Boulevard and was captured a short time later. The suspect vehicle was finally stopped near West Arlington Boulevard and Meridian Drive, where the three remaining people in the vehicle were arrested and taken into custody for questioning.

Police arrested Khamani Jymere Harris, 18, of Wilson, and Cailan Roberson, 18, of Tarboro. Harris was charged with felony flee to elude and other traffic offenses. Roberson was found with a gun at the scene. He was charged with resist/delay/obstruct an officer and possession of a stolen firearm.

None of the individuals are ECU students, Sauls said.

GPD also said nobody has been directly charged with the shooting of Boomer. Additional charges are coming. They are asking witnesses to come forward to help with the investigation. You can reach GPD Major Crimes Detective Dawson or Crime Stoppers (252) 758-7777.

Police also said allegations that GPD did not respond to several calls ahead of the shooting were not true. Officials said two non-emergency calls came in before 12:30 a.m. in reference to noise and a large gathering in the parking lot. Neither call indicated an urgent matter or the possibility of violence. An officer did respond within 20 minutes to investigate and left about 10 minutes later.

GPD also said meetings have already taken place with Copper Beech to enhance safety measures. Topics have included lighting, hiring private security, assigned parking and other measures.