Police: Minneapolis Teenager Dies In Shooting
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Police say a 17-year-old boy has died and a 16-year-old has been injured in a shooting in north Minneapolis.
Minneapolis Police Department spokesman Scott Seroka says the shooting happened Tuesday afternoon. Police say the younger boy was shot in the leg and is expected to live.
They say the older boy was killed in retaliation for a confrontation earlier in the day.
No arrests have been made. Police haven't identified the victims or released other information.
Seroka says it is the city's 22nd homicide this year.
Police say another person was shot just blocks away from the first shooting on Tuesday night. Police say the person was shot in the head but the injury isn't life-threatening. They haven't said if the shootings are related.