MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Two men charged with shooting at police officers in downtown Minneapolis are due in Hennepin County court.

Twenty-five-year-old Maurice Carter and 26-year-old Detroit Davis-Riley are expected to make their first court appearance Wednesday. Each man faces nine counts of first-degree assault against police officers in a weekend shooting in downtown Minneapolis.

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No police were hit, but six civilians nearby were hospitalized with non-life-threatening gunshot wounds. Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman says the pair left a downtown bar at closing time early Saturday and together fired at least 27 shots.

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Freeman plans to address the Minneapolis City Council Wednesday about the downtown shooting and other public safety issues.

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