Three Janesville men were arrested Monday night after a reported shots-fired incident, Janesville police said.
Police responded at 10:37 p.m. Monday to 412 S. Academy St., establishing a perimeter around the residence before making contact with the residents, according to a news release. Gunshot noises were heard from what was believed to be a video game system, according to the release.
Dylan Madonna, 19, of 412 S. Academy St., answered the door and pointed a handgun at officers. Madonna complied with commands to drop the gun and was detained without force, according to the release.
No injuries were reported.
Police acquired a search warrant and found spent shell casings, ammunition, a second handgun, marijuana and drug paraphernalia at the residence.
Madonna was arrested on a charge of first-degree recklessly endangering safety. Officers also arrested Jacob Ramos, 28, of 520 N. Chatham St., on a felony fugitive complaint and Carlos Ramos, 23, of 412 S. Academy St., on a charge of possession of marijuana.