Two men were shot and wounded Sunday in two unrelated incidents in south Minneapolis. The two shootings were only an hour apart and both shots were non-life threatening because they were in the leg the Star Tribune and Pioneer Press reports.
The first victim was shot a near Franklin and Chicago avenues Minneapolis police Sgt. Bill Palmer told Pioneer Press. The shooting took place around noon, where a male victim was shot once in the leg. The victim isn't cooperating with police according to Palmer. He is expected to recover Hennipen County Medical Center told Pioneer Press.
About an hour later another shooting of another man took place.
According to the Star Tribune the second victim was shot twice outside of Crosstown Gas and Convenience store at 34th Avenue S. and E. 58th Street.
The Star Tribune reported that the shooter and the victim knew each other, and were arguing when coming into the store. After moving into the parking lot near the pumps the shooter drew a gun and shot the victim twice in the leg.
The owner of the convenience store Cal Abdul saw the shooting along with his son, who was in the store. This incident was also caught on tape reported the Star Tribune.