4 Shot, Wounded in Minneapolis One Day After Uptown Shooting
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Police in Minneapolis were investigating a shooting on the city's north side Monday that left four people wounded, just a day after 12 people were shot in a different neighborhood.
Spokesman John Elder said officers were called to a neighborhood about 2 miles northwest of downtown in the most recent shooting, just after 4 p.m. Monday.
Elder said all four people suffered injuries that appeared non-life-threatening. he had no other immediate details.
The violence came a day after one man died and 11 were hurt when gunfire broke out just after midnight Sunday in the city's Uptown neighborhood, a nightlife hub of bars, restaurants and retail about 3 miles south of downtown.
Police haven't made any arrests in Sunday's shooting.