Police and tape blocked off the street near the corner of 4th Street and 23rd Avenue N. after a foot chase that left one suspect shot, another injured and an officer hurt.
Police and tape blocked off the street near the corner of 25rd Ave. and 3rd St. N after a foot chase that left one suspect shot another injured and an officer injured. ] (KYNDELL HARKNESS/STAR TRIBUNE) email@example.com Shooting in North Minneapolis, Min. Friday, May 30, 2014.
Kris Arneson, Minneapolis deputy chief of investigations, gave a preliminary report about Friday’s police pursuit in a north Minneapolis neighborhood.
Suspect shot, officer injured in north Minneapolis confrontation
- Article by: BILL MCAULIFFE
- Star Tribune
- May 31, 2014 - 7:24 AM
Police shot one of two suspects during a foot chase that also left an officer injured in north Minneapolis on Friday afternoon.
The two suspects were arrested and hospitalized with injuries that were not life-threatening. Police officials said they did not know how the officer was injured, but said he had not been shot.
Police said a handgun was recovered in the area.
According to Minneapolis deputy police Chief Kris Arneson, a resident called 911 about 3:30 p.m. to report two men fighting, at least one with a gun, at 24th Avenue N. and 3rd Street N. When police arrived, the two men fled, and police shot one of the suspects and arrested both within a block.
The chase covered less than a block, a witness said.
Arneson said police were in the early stages of the investigation and that no further information would be available until Monday.
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