Five people were arrested Thursday when Toledo police raided an after-hours club in the central city following a disturbance in which a person apparently fired a gun at the club's front door.
No one was injured, police said. The names of those arrested and the charges weren't immediately available.
Police were watching the front entrance of The Wash, 3415 Monroe St., shortly before 2:30 a.m., when the disturbance began and the shot was fired. Several of those involved then ran inside and locked the front door, leaving others outside, police said.
Those left outside then told police a gunman possibly had run inside and that they weren't sure whether anyone had been wounded, according to police. About that time, officers found a spent shell casing at the front door, police said.
Officers announced their presence and, after no one answered the door, they forced entry into the club and found 15 people inside, none of whom was injured, police said. No weapon was recovered.
Sgt. Joe Heffernan said surveillance had been ordered at the club because neighbors had complained about loud late-night parties.41.66912 -83.58003