MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A man is in custody after witnesses say he fired a handgun into the air and ground several times on a Robbinsdale street late Fourth of July night.

Police say officers arrived on the 3800 block of West Broadway Avenue just after 10 p.m. after several 911 callers reported seeing a man firing a weapon while walking down the street. He was also seen shooting while walking through the Robinwood apartment building’s parking lot.

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Robbinsdale and Brooklyn Center police set up a perimeter in the area to search for the man, who was eventually located inside an apartment building. The suspect was arrested without incident. No one was injured.

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He is in Hennepin County Jail, and is expected to face criminal charges. Police are asking for anyone else who witnessed the gunfire to call 763-531-1220.

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A Minneapolis man named Thurman Blevins Jr. was shot and killed by police less than two weeks ago after a similar situation. Police say at least two people called 911 to report witnessing a man fire a handgun into the air and ground several times in nearby north Minneapolis.