Guns seized by police while serving a warrant at a home where they located and arrested three teenagers in connection to a shooting at Admiral Kidd Park Monday, Dec. 4. Photo courtesy of the Long Beach Police Department.

Police say four people, including three teenage boys, have been arrested in connection with a shooting earlier this week that prompted a lockdown at Cabrillo High School.

Police allege 21-year-old Long Beach resident Jesus Enrique Saavedrasosa and three teenage boys, whose ages range from 14 to 17 years, fired at least one gun into the air Monday afternoon at Admiral Kidd Park, according to statements from the Long Beach Police Department and Long Beach Unified School officials.

Officers responded to the 2100 block of Santa Fe Avenue just before 4 p.m. after receiving reports of the shooting, according to the Long Beach Police Department, and eventually determined the suspects had fled to a nearby residence just north of the park.

Officers surrounded the home and called in a SWAT team. Cabrillo High School, which is just across the park, was placed on lockdown, according to LBUSD officials.

The lockdown was eventually lifted two-and-a-half hours later once SWAT and gang officers obtained and served a warrant at the home, police said.

In a statement to parents, school officials said no injuries were reported and that all students and staff remained safe during the lockdown.

“Out of abundance of caution, School Safety have provided additional patrols in and around campus,” school officials said in a statement sent to parents. “Counselors are available for students and staff that may need support.

In addition to the arrests, officers seized several guns while serving the warrant at the home, police said.

It’s unclear what charges the boys may face following their arrest. Inmate records show Saavedrasosa, who was arrested on suspicion of possessing an assault weapon, remains jailed as police say he’s awaiting his bail to be reviewed by a judge.