1 Person Shot In Back In Minneapolis

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minneapolis Police are investigating after a person was shot twice in the back early Tuesday morning.

Officers said the person was shot near N. James Ave. and Oak Park Ave. N. and ran down to a home at 1127 N. Irving Ave.

An ambulance was called and the victim was taken to Hennepin County Medical Center. Their condition isn’t known.

Police said a bullet went through a window at a house on 11th Ave. near James Ave. too. No one was hurt inside.


One Comment

  1. Iconoclast says:

    Dude, give it a rest. Are you mentally ill or something.

  2. CC says:

    These are racist comments!!

    1. who says:

      What is racist?

      Did someone say they hate blacks?
      Or are you referring to a stereotype… kind of like when people make gay comments… stereotyping, or prejudice remarks…

    2. Sue J says:

      Facts are facts! DA

  3. GTFO says:

    I’ve seen thousands of trolls on the internet, but this one has to be the least clever one ever.

  4. sam says:

    what facts? No where in the story does it state that the persons involved were black.

  5. Kevin says:

    And they say crime is down in Mpls….what bs……aint diversity grand????

    1. Max says:

      I see “Johnny One Note” is back………yesterday, I saw an article about a woman probably as white as you who tried to sell her 5 year old son for $2000.00. I’ll be that one leaves you speechless.

  6. Jason Anderson says:

    When i saw that someone was shot in the back I assumed it was a police shooting.

    1. just sayin says:

      I assume it’s blacks.

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