The Albert Lea Police Department is investigating after multiple shots were fired into occupied residences Wednesday morning.
Increased gun violence in north Minneapolis and a call for added protection has police asking to expand the ShotSpotter program. The City Council will vote Friday to provide extra funding to expand the program that officers say is a valuable crime fighting tool.
It was a first for the city of Minneapolis’ ShotSpotter technology: too much activity on New Year’s Eve brought it to a complete stop.
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minneapolis Police are investigating reports of gun violence that happened overnight. Officers were called out to the area of 34th St. and North Sheridan Ave. around 10:30 p.m. Monday. Police taped off […]