29 March 2023
A man was shot Thursday morning south of downtown Minneapolis near Groveland and Nicollet avenues, and died, officials said
Edina - 50th and Hwy 100. Crash following a pursuit initiated by St Louis Park PD. Fleeing vehicle hit another vehicle. Ambulance enroute. Suspect fled on foot left a gun behind in the vehicle. Edina assisting. K9 requested. Ongoing
Preceded by sound of shots. (2nd in a week at the same vicinity). This is a problem spot, if you didn't know. 19th and Nicollet Ave Victim is at 19th and 1st Ave 09:20 -Police arrived. Shutting down traffic
Theft of vehicle keys from a person at Cub Foods near BroadwayLyndale Ave N
Police have them on camera and say they are "flying at a high rate of speed." Plate ESB272. Last at 49th and Lyndale Ave N
Report of a stolen vehicle containing four 12 year olds just left the area of 28th and Emerson Ave N. Red 4-door sedan, now at 34th and Lyndale Ave N
Stabbing. Police are with the victim. 9xx S 8th St MplsDowntown 21:53
Police report hearing a volley of shots near 26th and James Ave N. Also a Shotspotter at 32nd and Irving Ave N
Shooting. One shot in the leg. 33xx N 2nd St. Suspect possibly known to victim. BM, driving a black Suburban.
Report of shots heard near Pleasant Ave and W Minnehaha Pkwy. 911 caller said they saw a muzzle flash
Damage to property and attempted auto theft. Group of 4 juveniles. 32xx N 3rd St. Dispatcher said a group of juveniles has been in the area today trying to steal cars
Copy of a message sent in Mankato. Also, the FBI informed Minneapolis police that there have been numerous unfounded reports of active school shooters in MN cities this morning. All have been false so far
Police responded to calls of someone with a gun in at least three schools in Minnesota on Wednesday morning, but no threat was found and no one was hurt. It is part of what officials say may be part of a series of hoax calls across the country
Mankato Police say that swatting incidents are happening all over the region, with people reporting alleged active school shooters.
Now a report of an active shooter at Washburn School Mpls There have been numerous reports (unfounded) of active shooters at schools. Police are checking.
Police sent out an email calling it an "active shooter" call and are working to find out if there is a legitimate threat. No evidence of a shooting or injuries
Rochester PD is responding to reports of an active shooter at Lourdes High School. "Officers are working to determine if there is a legitimate threat. So far, they have discovered no evidence of a shooting or injuries," according to RPD
6 month ago
Fire officials are investigating what caused a second alarm fire at a Watertown business Wednesday morning. No injuries were reported
MAPLEWOOD: Injury crash near Beam Ave. & Southlawn Drive N. - Responders are on scene of a two-vehicle crash that resulted in a rollover shortly after 9 a.m. - One of the vehicles involved also reportedly struck a pedestrian near the intersection
Early morning business damage to property. Concrete object was used to smash the front door. Captured on surveillance video. 39xx E Lake St, hardware store
Early morning business burglary. Police discovered a smashed front door. Crime Lab was requested to respond. 7xx W Lake St, grocery The same business was burglarized in June in the same manner
MPD says a man died of a suspected self-inflicted gunshot wound after officers were called to the 3400 block of 5th St. NE. for a 911 hang-up yesterday around 5:30 p.m. - The man reportedly "exchanged" gunfire with an officer before the self-inflicted gunshot
Minneapolis police said they responded to a house in the 3400 block of 5th Street Northeast on Tuesday night-KARE 11
There's a person trying to jump in front of cars on Hwy 62 near 28th Ave S
SAINT PAUL: Troopers on scene of a semi rollover near the ramp from SB I-35E to EB I-94. - The truck was reportedly hauling 80k lbs. of wheat & is blocking at least two lanes, with "quite a bit" of wheat on the road. Driver has apparent minor injury. Traffic is being diverted
Robbery of person. EMS for the victim. Victim has a Spanish language barrier. 30xx Minnehaha Ave 00:20
Stone Arch Bridge incident Mubashir Rashid Hiis, DOB: 09/12/2004 35xx 1st Ave S, MPHA property CHARGED: GM carry a firearm without a permit Released: No bail required The others detained may be juveniles
SAINT PAUL: Officers have so far recovered 9 spent bullet casings on the 900 block of Edgerton St., near Case Ave. E., after 911 callers reported hearing gunfire, one who said they heard 10 shots. - There's no initial report of injury
SAINT PAUL: Crash just east of I-35E & Shepard Rd. - Medics and Fire are now on scene; unknown extent of injury
Medics reported the victim was shot in the shoulder. She was said to be awake and alert while being transported to the hospital around 10:40 p.m
SAINT PAUL: SHOOTING - near 7th St. E. & Kennard St. - Officers are on scene after a 911 caller reported one shot heard nearby and another reported a female down in the street and shot in the neck. - Officers asked medics "step it up" and requested crime scene tape
MINNEAPOLIS: Hit-and-run of a pedestrian reported near Clinton Ave. & E. 24th St. - Suspect vehicle is a blue or grey Honda sedan, last seen northbound
MINNEAPOLIS: SHOOTING - near Winner Gas, 626 W. Broadway Ave. - Two victims reported; one confirmed so far. - A white 4-door SUV with tinted windows may be involved, last seen northbound on Lyndale
Shooting. Report of two people shot at Winner Gas. Broadway Lyndale Ave N. 21:20 -Also possibly a head-on collision at the same location. -Police arrived, one victim so far. Notifying hospitals. Police applying tourniquet
Report of a shot heard at 22xx Queen Ave N. 911 caller said they saw a male in the alley with an "assault rifle," wearing black shirt and black shorts
. Hit and run of a pedestrian. 24th and Clinton Ave 21:30
. Report of sound of shots fired. 25th and Bloomington Ave 21:02
Richfield robbery of business at gunpoint. 65th and Penn Ave S Suspects: 2 M in medical masks, one in red sweatshirt
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