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Police surround Greenwood home on Thursday, seize guns after house is shot up

Seattle Police arrested one man and seized two guns on Thursday afternoon after hearing reports of gunfire at a Greenwood home.
From the SPD Blotter:

Around 1pm, police received reports of gunshots at a home on N. 88th Street and Fremont Avenue N.
When officers arrived, they heard a woman groaning or crying inside the home, and saw bullet holes in the side of the house.
Officers entered the home and found five people inside.
It appears that all of the shots were fired from inside the home. It’s not clear what led to the shooting.
No one was injured in the incident.
Police seized a shotgun, a revolver, a knife, and a fake drivers license at the home, and booked the homeowner—who is a convicted felon—into the King County Jail for a weapons violation.