Two men suffered non-life-threatening injuries early this morning after being shot in front of a Salt Lake house.

About 12:45 a.m., three men were walking past a house near 850 North and 1800 West. Words were exchanged between the group and a man who lived at the house, said Salt Lake Police Sgt. Fred Ross.

The man at the house pulled out a gun and shot two of the three men, Ross said. One dropped to the ground after he was shot. The other was able to run to a neighbor's house to call 911, he said.

Investigators believe Terence Vos, 18, was responsible for the shooting. They have been in telephone communication with him and were trying this morning to work out a surrender, Ross said.

Terrence Vos has a history of gang activity. He was the Salt Lake Metro Gang Unit's top gang target for a time in 2006. Last year, he was charged in 3rd District Court in a pair of drive-by shootings.

The man's brother, Isiah Bo'Cage Vos, was sentenced to six year to life in prison in 2005 for shooting and killing Jeffrey L. Maestas, 21, during an argument in a driveway about a block away from Thursday's shooting.