1 Arrested, 1 Sought In Medford McDonald’s Shooting

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A woman was arrested Tuesday in connection with a shooting at the Medford McDonald’s in Steele County. Police say a man also suspected in the shooting is still at large.

According to authorities, the Steele County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched around 4:16 p.m. Monday to the Medford McDonald’s, at 6874 Frontage Road West on a report of shots fired.

Two vehicles left the scene as police were approaching, including the vehicle suspected in the shooting. The second vehicle, occupied by the victims, left the scene and drove to a nearby gas station.

At the gas station, police spoke to the uninjured victims who said a white man who they knew approached their vehicle with a gun and began firing. The victim sped out of the parking lot and the suspect left.

On Tuesday, police arrested a woman who was suspected in the shooting. A second suspect, identified as 44-year-old Jason Paul Krieg, is still at large. Police warn Krieg may be armed and dangerous.

Anyone with information regarding this shooting is asked to contact the Steele County Sheriff’s Office at 507-451-8232 or the TIP line at 1-866-878-7964.

  • Mad Dog

    With the food McDonalds serves they should get off for mercy killing.

  • self made victims

    My moolah’s on a drug deal gone bad

  • Bob

    Someone launch a vigil please…..

  • getit

    This is a case of violence vs people who know people, quite different than violence vs people you don’t even know, like your kind take part in.

  • Haha

    Don’t claim to be white, you wish burbboy.

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