'Active' situation in Drain, Oregon as cops hunt 'drive-by shooting' suspects and warn residents to 'secure homes'

SHOTS were reportedly exchanged between officers and suspects in an “active situation” in Drain, Oregon.

A Facebook post by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that there was “law enforcement activity” in Drain.

“Residents are being asked to secure your homes and shut your blinds. If safe to do so, please lock your vehicles.”

A drive-by shooting was reported in Lane County with four individuals allegedly leading police on a chase ending in Drain.

Residents in the area are communicating with police, letting them know which homes are vacant in the small town.

Drones and K-units are reportedly helping cops in their search for suspects.

“Whatever the situation is or was I hope that everybody is safe and sound,” wrote a user on social media.

“Stay alert and safe out there!” wrote another.

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