BAKER — Police arrested two people Tuesday night and are looking for other suspects Wednesday in a shooting spree on Greenwood Drive, Police Chief Mike Knaps said.

No one was injured in the shootings but the house and a car at 4607 Greenwood Drive were struck by bullets, Knaps said.

Detectives were looking for other suspects in the case Wednesday morning, he said.

Five people were at the residence when the shooting began, Knaps said, and one of the intended victims identified John Earl Mitchell, 18, of Baker, as a suspect.

While officers were questioning Mitchell, another suspect, William Davis III, 23, also of Baker, surrendered to police and turned over a 9 mm pistol that he admitted he had used to shoot at the other group, the police chief said.

Davis was booked on five counts of attempted first-degree murder, illegal use of a weapon and aggravated criminal damage to property, Knaps said.

Mitchell initially was booked with resisting an officer, but additional charges are possible.

The two groups had been having a feud over a period of time.

“We don’t know what it’s about, but we’re going to get to the bottom of it. We won’t tolerate this,” Knaps said.