Vermont State Police responded to an Elm Street apartment

Vermont State Police, including the Tactical Services Unit wearing full tactical gear and armed with assault rifles, responded to an Elm Street apartment and took two men into custody Wednesday afternoon.  State Police executed a search warrant at the apartment where Chris Baker is a tenant. Police targeted the residence after investigating a shooting that happened Tuesday evening on Shadow Lake Road in Concord. No one was struck by a bullet or otherwise injured in the incident, according to state police. Investigating troopers determined the shooting was “related to a domestic dispute among individuals who knew each other, and there was no danger to the community.” The tactical team made contact with two men in the apartment, reported on scene as Baker and Devon Drown. State police reported that the contact was non-confrontational, however, it appeared that Drown needed some coaxing to exit the apartment. The men were taken into custody, but as of Wednesday afternoon, state police had not reported whether Drown or Baker were being charged with anything. It was reported that Baker’s mother arrived and was helpful in bringing about a peaceful resolution.