Police respond to disturbance call in West Fargo

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WEST FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) LATEST UPDATE: A woman is being evaluated after a disturbance call early this morning that put a West Fargo neighborhood in lockdown.

Officers got the call just after 2 a.m. about a shot fired in a home on Center Street, north of Main Avenue.

Police say neighbors were able to get guns out of the house before police arrived.

Officers eventually made contact with the woman inside and around 3:30 a.m., she was taken from the home for an evaluation.

Police determined one shot was fired into a ceiling -- no one was hurt.

UPDATE: Police are breaking down a perimeter set up around a West Fargo neighborhood early Tuesday morning.

Officers got a call about a disturbance just after 2 a.m. from a home on Center Street north of Main Avenue.

Police say there was word that weapons were inside the home and that one had possibly been fired.

Around 3:30 a.m., a woman was taken from the home for an evaluation.

No one was reported injured.

ORIGINAL STORY: Part of a neighborhood in West Fargo is blocked by police Tuesday morning as officers deal with a disturbance call.

The call came in just after 2 a.m. Tuesday about a possible disturbance at a home along Center Street, just north of Main Avenue. Squad cars are situated around the neighborhood as of 3:15 a.m.

There's no word on the circumstances surrounding the disturbance, or any indication of any injuries.

Valley News Live is working to get more information -- check back for updates on this breaking story.