Eight people have been hurt in a rash of shootings and a police-involved shooting in west Durham early Saturday morning.

Police were called to the area of Carolina Road and Georgetown Avenue just before 3 a.m. Police told News4 that one man was shot and several others were shot at 11:22 p.m. in the area of City Line and Milby Drive. Police received conflicting reports of who was hit by gunfire.

A 27-year-old man was taken to area hospital in critical condition, and a man, woman and two children were taken to local hospitals for non-life-threatening injuries. None of the injuries were life-threatening.

All of the victims were booked into the Durham County Jail on charges of second-degree assault, assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.

It’s not clear if the suspects involved in any of the shootings will be charged or prosecuted.

Police are urging anyone with information about the shootings to call them at (919) 673-3865.

Chad Emanuel, 24, was shot at his home at 117 Linley Street shortly after midnight and later found inside an ambulance at Broadway and Turner Street in Columbia. He was in critical condition as of about 2 a.m. Saturday, according to the Columbia Police Department. Police Chief Phil Gunison said Emanuel was a man who apparently went outside and “was shot numerous times while lying in the front yard.”

Police were not able to identify Emanuel’s shooter, but said he has no ties to Durham.

Chad Emanuel, 24, of Columbia was shot at his home at 117 Linley Street shortly after midnight and later found inside an ambulance at Broadway and Turner Street in Columbia. He was in critical condition as of about 2 a.m. Saturday, according to the Columbia Police Department. Police Chief Phil Gunison said Emanuel was a man who apparently went outside and “was shot numerous times while lying in the front yard.” Chad Emanuel, 24, of Columbia was shot at his home at 117 Linley Street shortly after midnight and later found inside an ambulance at Broadway and Turner Street in Columbia. He was in critical condition as of about 2 a.m. Saturday, according to the Columbia Police Department. “A neighbor heard the gunshots and sent him inside the house. The neighbor was afraid that the man was dead. But instead, he continued inside,” Gunison said. “He is a good father and husband, and he is going to be OK.” “A neighbor heard the gunshots and sent him inside the house. The neighbor was afraid that the man was dead. But instead, he continued inside,” Gunison said. “He is a good father and husband, and he is going to be OK.”

Delores Edwards, 56, of High Street, was shot twice during her home on High Street Saturday night, and taken to DCHMC in critical condition.

Police said Edwards is a church pastor who is married to high school teacher Donald Edwards, 57. The couple was found near an intersection on High Street when police were called to investigate. Edwards said he did not know what had happened until paramedics arrived and said he knew the man who was shot. He reportedly doesn’t know the man who was shot.

Dinah Vernon, 43, was shot and suffered a graze wound at Riverdale Baptist Church shortly after 11 p.m. Saturday, according to the Columbia Police Department. Vernon told police that she was struck on her right side but did not have any visible injuries. She is expected to be hospitalized in stable condition.

Chad Emanuel, 24, of Columbia was shot and suffered a graze wound at Riverdale Baptist Church shortly after 11 p.m. Saturday, according to the Columbia Police Department. Emanuel told police that he was struck on his right side but did not have any visible injuries. He is expected to be hospitalized in stable condition.

Brian Terry, 38, of North Caldwell was arrested and charged with attempted murder. Police said Terry was shot during a foot chase with police and found shot in the attic of his home on Carver Road. While police were on the scene, Terry fired shots at a family member and vehicle and then fled, police said. That’s when they said a citizen found Terry slumped over in a chair at the police department, where he was arrested on murder charges.

Chad Emanuel, 24, of Columbia was shot at his home at 117 Linley Street shortly after midnight and later found inside an ambulance at Broadway and Turner Street in Columbia. He was in critical condition as of about 2 a.m. Saturday, according to the Columbia Police Department. Police Chief Phil Gunison said Emanuel was a man who apparently went outside and “was shot numerous times while lying in the front yard.” Chad Emanuel, 24, of Columbia was shot at his home at 117 Linley Street shortly after midnight and later found inside an ambulance at Broadway and Turner