5 February 2023
Joseph Newago, a waiter at the Manypenny Bistro a block away from the fire, told the News Tribune by phone that the fire caused the apartment building at 239 Manypenny Ave. to collapse
MPD confirms the fatal shooting of a child we reported late Friday night. A 10-year-old male died as a result of a shooting inside an apartment at 3xx Hennepin Ave. The child was alone in the apartment with another juvenile family member at the time
Structure fire - crews have lines laid to a fire and conducting searches of a 2 1/2 story residential duplex located on 3000 block of Park Ave S
EMS reported the victim was a male around 8 years old who had a gunshot wound in the chest. CPR was still underway en route to the hospital
Officers are requesting Hennepin Ave. & 3rd St. N. and Hennepin and 4th St. N. be closed to traffic. - This is possibly an "accidental discharge," per officer
Child shot. EMS is "load and go." 3xx Hennepin Ave 23:40 DTMpls
MINNEAPOLIS: Report of shooting - 31x Hennepin Ave. - Officer on scene starting CPR on one victim, reportedly a juvenile, unknown age
Deputies discovered that a man walking nearby was the owner of the residence that was on fire. The sheriff's office said the homeowner, Devin Wayne Hadersbeck, 51, had "made utterances" to deputies related to the house fire, which lead to his arrest
1/2 Suspected DUI crash Hwy 252/Brookdale. Suspect was reportedly asking passerbys to say his girlfriend was driving9 month ago
1/2 Suspected DUI crash Hwy 252/Brookdale. Suspect was reportedly asking passerbys to say his girlfriend was driving
A St. Louis County man faces one charge of 1st-degree arson after he allegedly set fire to a home, resulting in the deaths of three cats inside early this afternoon northeast of Hibbing
. Police said the victim was in the surface lot of 314 Hennepin Ave, which is an MPHA owned multi-unit building
SAINT PAUL: Shots fired - 911 callers report hearing multiple rounds of what they described as automatic gunfire and officers have found bullet casings near Sims Ave. & Cypress and at Sims & Russell St. - No initial report of injury
SAINT PAUL: Officers have one suspect in custody who fled from a vehicle after a pursuit. - The driver was found near Bates Ave. & Wilson Ave. after ditching an Acura with an attached officer-safety KOPS Alert for a previous catalytic converter theft
Shotspotter x14 rounds. 19xx 26th Ave N 21:55
Report of 60-80 hotrodders at 3100 W Lake St
Photos from a member show the end of a long pursuit that started near Elk River & ended with a PIT maneuver in Ramsey, near Bunker Lake Blvd. & St. Francis Blvd. NW. - Speeds hit at least 100 mph; stolen Buick LeSabre. Male driver & female passenger detained by 8:30 p.m9 month ago
Photos from a member show the end of a long pursuit that started near Elk River & ended with a PIT maneuver in Ramsey, near Bunker Lake Blvd. & St. Francis Blvd. NW. - Speeds hit at least 100 mph; stolen Buick LeSabre. Male driver & female passenger detained by 8:30 p.m
Trying to stop another at 22nd and E Hennepin Plate HWL21-
Very pleased to hear @NPPAlawyer will be leading training sessions over the coming months with the Minnesota State Patrol on interacting with journalists and First Amendment considerations, and the State Patrol is opening the training sessions to the press
About 100 hotrodders in #nempls. One white Charger SRT with pinstripes fled from a police traffic stop. Summer St NE and McKinley, near Broadway and Stinson
In March, police were called for a case they treated as an attempted abduction of two crossing guard students at Richfield STEM. In its reports, Richfield PD was critical of school administrators for not reporting the incident until two days later-KARE 11
Police reporting an "agitated" crowd of about 50 hotrodders at North Mississippi Regional Park
According to Minneapolis police, officers found the man suffering from an apparent stab wound near North Eighth Street and Hennepin Avenue
Police in Minneapolis say two people have life-threatening injuries after a shooting in a parking lot on 4th Street S. near Cedar Ave earlier this afternoon. Police believe one car opened fire on another. No one has been arrested
Shooting outside the Red Sea. Victim inside the Red Sea reportedly with a chest wound. 320 Cedar Ave #CedarRiverside 16:11 -Suspect in a green small car -Police arrived. Out with a male, GSW to the chest. Clearing EMS to arrive
In progress, package thefts by female. 27th and Fillmore St NE. 14:41 -A resident was following the suspect. -Police in the area trying to find them
Officers were called to the intersection of Brooklyn Boulevard and Welcome Avenue North at about 10:15 p.m. for a report of a car versus pedestrian crash
Structure fire - crews have a line laid, evacuating and completing searches of a 2 1/2 story residential building located on 900 block of Thomas Ave N
State Patrol Investigating Fatal Crash On Hwy 7 In Carver Co., Traffic Delays Expected
Report of a house fire. Possibly spreading to a second house. 35xx Park Ave 00:03
St. Paul - 911 caller reports hearing 10-15 shots near 8xx Hardenbergh Pl
Report of a person pinned in a vehicle following a crash with a semi. 39th and Lyndale Ave N
Shotspotter activation. Also, 911 caller stated they saw a male in a "Spiderman mask" fire rounds from the rear of a silver Subaru with tinted windows. 30xx 15th Ave S 22:37
SAINT PAUL: Shooting around 7:30 p.m. on the 700 block of Victoria St. - A male was found shot in the leg and officers on scene applied a tourniquet. Suspect vehicle described as a grey SUV, last seen on Minnehaha Ave
Blaine - Two males stole the artwork off the walls and didn't pay their tab at Broadway Pizza. 118th and Aberdeen St NE Suspects: Two M in a black Honda
MINNEAPOLIS: Report of overdose - Bloomington Ave. & E. 26th St. - Originally reported as a person "down," updated to an overdose with a 911 caller reporting Narcan has been administered to the person six times
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