Riley County Police are investigating a slew of gun-related incidents from over the weekend.

On Friday, officers filed a report for aggravated assault and burglary in the 500 block of 15th Street in Ogden listing two young men as victims and two other young men as suspects, who reportedly entered a home and stole two guns and held one of the two victims at gunpoint outside.

Also reported Friday was an aggravated assault in the 1100 block of Bluemont Ave. where a 43-year-old Regina Smith, of Ogden was alleged to have threatened a man and woman with a gun during a road rage incident. Smith was arrested in connection and is out of jail on $5,000 bond.

Another road rage incident involving a gun was reported Sunday evening near N. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Laramie Street, involving a 26-year-old male suspect and a 32-year-old male victim. No arrests were noted in the police report Monday.

On Saturday, officers filed a report for aggravated assault, assault, domestic battery, and criminal threat in Manhattan, listing a 37-year-old female as the victim when it was reported a 37-year-old male suspect battered and threatened her, pointed a BB gun at her, then shot it over her head.

A criminal discharge of a weapon report was filed early Sunday morning when an unknown male suspect shot a gun while leaving the Holiday Inn parking lot. That vehicle was located a short time later. A passenger, 15-year-old Terriundis Toliver Jr, of Manhattan, was arrested for aggravated robbery and aggravated assault in connection to an incident on July 28. He’s being held at the juvenile detention center in Geary County.