3 south Minneapolis shootings minutes apart wound 5; police tie 2 of the incidents to same suspects
One victim was last reported to be in critical condition. Two teens are among the wounded
November 14, 2023
Three shootings late Sunday less than 15 minutes apart in south Minneapolis wounded five people, one critically, officials said.
Police Sgt. Garrett Parten said late Monday afternoon that two of the shootings likely involved the same suspects. No arrests have been announced.
The first shooting occurred about 10:41 p.m. near the intersection of E. 32nd Street and Nicollet Avenue. A man in his 30s was shot. He was treated by emergency medical responders at the scene and declined any further medical attention, police said.