North Dakota Man Shot in Twin Cities
This is not a good look when you are visiting a new city.
A 28-year-old North Dakota man was shot in the Maplewood community of Minneapolis early this morning. The wounds were said to be non-life-threatening. The Gentleman was visiting from North Dakota and was hit once. The police haven't released any of the circumstances regarding this situation and so far have no suspects in custody.
What happened? Why was he there? Was it gang crossfire? All these questions should be answered in due time once the investigation has been finished. It's good to know that he will make a full recovery.
The neighbourhood he was visiting wasn't a bad one so the plot thickens.
Here is the official word from Newsbreak:
A man visiting relatives in the Twin Cities from North Dakota was shot in the early hours of Saturday morning.
The 28-year-old was shot in the 200 block of Century Avenue North in Maplewood at 2:15 a.m., according to Maplewood Police Department.
The man was struck once, sustaining a non-life-threatening injury, and was taken to Regions Hospital for treatment.
Police have released no details about the circumstances of the shooting, and have so far identified no suspects.
Maplewood PD is appealing for anyone with information to call 651-767-0640.