Four more people have been arrested in connection with reports of a gun being fired in Radford – taking the total amount of people arrested to eight.
Nottinghamshire officers carried out seven warrants as part of the operation at homes in Radford, St Ann’s and Bulwell.
It comes after a gunshot in Tennyson Street, Radford on Friday (3 August).
A 21-year-old man and three boys – two aged 16 and one aged 15 – have each been arrested on suspicion of possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life.
Four other people – aged 33, 23, 16 and 16 – have previously been arrested in connection with the incident.
Chief Inspector for the area Simon Allardice said: “There are so many people in this community who are hard-working, good people that do not deserve to have their lives disrupted by small groups.
“We have taken swift and robust action and made arrests in connection with each of the recent firearms incidents.
“We are working with the community to build up intelligence and the results of this operation show the importance of that team work.
“Together we will root out anyone who seeks to disrupt our communities.”