Police Investigate After 1 Killed In N. Mpls. Shooting

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Minneapolis police are investigating after a shooting in north Minneapolis left one person dead Tuesday night.

According to the Minneapolis Police Department, just after 10:30 p.m. officers received a call of a car crash at the intersection of 26th Avenue North and Knox Avenue.

Upon arrival, officers learned a vehicle hit several cars before coming to rest in the middle of the street

Through further investigation, officers found an unresponsive male, later identified as 17-year-old Austin James Owen Young, in the driver’s seat. He appeared to have suffered a gunshot wound.

Paramedics declared Young dead on the scene.

Police are investigating where the shooting may have happened, and who pulled the trigger.

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  1. MD Anderson says:

    Since the Murderapolis Police Chief has admitted on TV News ::: We know who they are, and what they are doing. In every shooting, charge the Murderapolis Police Chief as an accessory to the Crimes. It has Broken it’s Oath of Office and should be charged with Sedition and Treason. If, you as the Police Chief know who the Criminals are? Then I have a 3 part question ::: Why are they not in Jail? Why are they not in Prison? Why are they not dead? Stop blaming the Firearms and start blaming the Criminals.

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