One person is dead and two people are in custody after a shooting Monday night in north Minneapolis, police said.
Police spokesman Corey Schmidt said that at 7:40 p.m. ShotSpotter detected several shots fired in the area of 21st Av. and Ilion Av. N.
Minneapolis fire officials were driving by at the time and found a vehicle off the road several blocks away, near Ilion and W. Broadway. Inside, they found a man with gunshot wounds, Schmidt said. Paramedics pronounced him dead at the scene.
“We believe the car rolled down the hill, crossed Broadway and ended up on the south side of Broadway in a grassy area where there used to be a house,” Schmidt said.
“Officers were able to quickly arrest two adult males with the help of several witnesses,” police said in a statement.
“Investigators know the shooting is a result of an argument that occurred between the victim and the arrested males,” the statement said.
Police are not looking for any other suspects.