By Octavio Abea
A Minneapolis police officer shot and wounded a suspect armed with a knife Sunday who was arguing with a woman at an intersection, police said.
Police responded to a call around 9 a.m. and headed to the intersection of Franklin Avenue and Lyndale Avenue where they saw Robert Wolf, 43, arguing with the woman who made the call, Sgt. William Palmer said, the Pioneer Press reports.
When the officer approached the two, Wolf pulled out a knife and began to make threats causing the officer to retreat and eventually fire his gun, Palmer said, the Pioneer Press reports.
Wolf was brought to Hennepin County Medical Center and is expected to survive, Palmer said, Kare 11 reports.
The Officer, who is a 24-yea-veteran, will have his name released Monday, and is on a standard three day leave while the homicide and internal affairs teams investigates the shooting, Palmer said, Kare 11 reports.