Police Investigating Officer-Involved Shooting At Minneapolis City Hall

Elias Hubbard
December 19, 2017

Authorities are investigating an officer-involved shooting at Minneapolis City Hall Monday night.

An officer called out that shots were fired around 5 p.m.in Room 108, which houses the investigative unit of the Police Department.

KARE 11's Adrienne Broaddus and Lou Raguse have confirmed police were interviewing a man who, police say, threatened them with a knife.

At least one officer responded by opening fire, injuring the man.

Crime tape has been wrapped along the City Hall rotunda, blocking access to the elevators and stairs on the first floor.

KSTP has reached out to Minneapolis police, Hennepin County, the BCA, the city of Minneapolis and others in an effort to learn further details. Police also say the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is on site, which is standard in such cases.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

Discuss This Article