MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The man arrested in connection to a shooting that injured two people in a Minneapolis gay bar has been released from jail after posting bond – one significantly lower than the one originally needed.

Devin Strouss, 23, was released from jail Wednesday on $2,500 bond, records show. The original bail was set at $150,000.

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WCCO-TV reached out to his attorney to learn why the bond was so low. As of writing, there’s been no response.

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Last week, Minneapolis police said they took Strouss into custody for a shooting that occurred on Oct. 15. That night, two people suffered non-life-threatening injuries after bullets shot through the double steel door of the 19 Bar, just off Nicollet Avenue on 15th Street.

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Witnesses said they saw that Strouss was refused service that night, because he was drunk. The bullets flew in after he’d been forced outside by the bar’s bouncers.