SPRINGFIELD An early morning argument over a noisy party escalated into a shooting Sunday, leaving two teenage boys with bullet wounds. No charges have been filed in the incident, which took place about 2 a.m. at a house in the 2300 block of Sixth Street. The case will be referred to the Lane County District Attorneys office for a decision on whether to make any arrests. Each boy sustained a single gunshot wound to a leg. Both were treated at a hospital and then released. According to a Springfield Police Department report, the dispute began when a group of about 15 teenagers were having what was described as a loud party, with some of the youths gathering outside the house. A neighbor who lives across the street reportedly came out of his house and yelled at the teens to quiet down, police said. Detective Sgt. David Lewis said that at that point some of the teens came across the street to confront the neighbor, who was in his driveway. Lewis said nearly all of the teens at the party had been drinking and no adults were home at the time. A fight ensued and the neighbor pulled out a gun he was carrying and fired three shots, hitting the two teens once each, Lewis said. The neighbor sustained injuries consistent with having been assaulted, and he was carrying the handgun legally, Lewis said. The neighbor remained at the scene until police and medics arrived. He was taken to the police station and interviewed, and then released. Lewis said 10 juveniles from the party were issued citations for being minors in possession of alcohol, although the two shooting victims were not cited.