ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Police in St. Paul are investigating a shooting outside a community center that left two teenagers wounded.
The St. Paul Pioneer Press reported Friday that police received a report about 8:30 p.m. Thursday that shots had been fired into the playground area at the Frogtown Community Center. The center was closed at the time.READ MORE: Minnesota Weather: Huge Hail Chunks Batter Southeastern Communities; Brush Fire Risk Intensifies Friday
Sgt. Natalie Davis, a police spokeswoman, said officers found a 14-year-old boy lying in the middle of the street. He’d been shot in the leg and foot.READ MORE: Mpls. City Council President Lisa Bender On Costly Police Misconduct Settlements: 'This Is A Whole System Problem'
Soon after, someone dropped a 16-year-old boy off at a hospital. He also had been shot in the leg. Neither teen was cooperative with police.
Officers found three casings in the street and two in the community center’s southwest corner as well as an ammunition magazine.MORE NEWS: What Are The Hidden Dangers Of Swimming In Open Water?
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