Teenage boy goes on shooting rampage inside home
According to the Pioneer Press, a teenage boy from Hudson fired over 100 shots from inside his home Saturday while police surrounded the property.
The 15-year-old boy began around 9 PM after his parents left for the movies. Close friends of the boy's called police saying he was threatening suicide.
When authorties arrived at 269 Troon Court, an upscale neighborhood of Hudson, the boy was firing from two shotguns and a .22 caliber-pistol. The standoff lasted more than three hours and finally gave after authorities convinced the boy to stop.
According to the Star Tribune, no one was injured and the boy was taken to a nearby hospital for a mental health evaluation.
Authorities did not fire back at the boy as it was clear he was not aiming for police.
He surrendered at 12:30 a.m., Saturday.