SHAKOPEE, Minn. (AP) — Police arrested one suspect and continued searching for two others Friday after gunfire in a Shakopee apartment left a high school student dead and two other people wounded.READ MORE: Gov. Tim Walz Calls For Hennepin Co. Sheriff Dave Hutchinson To Resign Following DWI Crash
A 27-year-old Minneapolis man was arrested, but investigators still were following leads on the other two male suspects, Shakopee police said.
Officers were called to a report of a shooting about 11 p.m. Thursday at the apartment in the suburb southwest of Minneapolis and arrived to find three victims had been shot.
Nineteen-year-old Marcos Antino Pantaleon was fatally wounded and pronounced dead at the scene. Pantaleon’s 22-year-old brother and 17-year-old male cousin were wounded and taken to Hennepin County Medical Center. Three other people in the apartment, including a teenage girl, were not injured.
“There was a knock at the door. The door was answered. And shortly thereafter, a fight ensued with the three victims and the three suspects,” Shakopee Police Chief Jeff Tate said Friday. “At some point, gunfire took place and there were three people shot.”
The 22-year-old victim was shot in the arm and chest, and the 17-year-old in the leg, Tate said. They were being treated at the hospital.READ MORE: Remains Found In Michigan Identified As Woman Who Went Missing From Minnesota In 1993
Tate said there was “some familiarity” between the victims and at least one of the suspects. He said the shooting was not random and there was no immediate threat to the community.
He said authorities haven’t found anything to indicate the victims exchanged gunfire with the suspects, but the investigation was ongoing. Tate did not speculate on motive, but said the shooting did not appear to be gang-related.
The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension was assisting in the investigation.
Pantaleon was a senior at Shakopee High School. In a statement, district superintendent Rod Thompson expressed sympathy to Pantaleon’s family and friends, and said support staff was available to help staff and students who needed it.
Pantaleon’s family has established a memorial fund in his honor, the school district said. Donations to the Marcos Memorial Fund can be made at any Wells Fargo bank.MORE NEWS: 'Aorta Borealis': Dad & Young Daughter Make Music Inspired By Her Health Struggles
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