Residents in St. Paul's North End neighborhood rise fear of the safety after a 26-year-old man,Trevell Glass, was killed and Ryan L. Davis, 28, was wounded by gunfire about 2 a.m. Wednesday on Manitoba Avenue at Rice Street.
Jerry Born, who has owned the bar at 899 Rice St. for 38 years, told the Pioneer Press that the shooting occurred about 10 minutes after an earlier altercation at the bar. Born didn't know if the people involved in the shooting were the same people in the fight. Also, police hadn't determined if the shooting was connected to the altercation at the bar and the motive of the shooting remained unclear.
Four suspects were arrested. They were Byron Brantley, 31, was arrested on suspicion of murder. LeAndrews Miller, 27, David Keys, 24, and Xavier Buckhanan, 36, were arrested on suspicion of aiding an offender and both of them have not been charged, the Pioneer Press reported.
Gloria Balderas, a resident live near the scene, told the Star Tribune that it's a quiet neighborhood during the daytime, but at night it gets crazy. She felt scary to come home through the neighborhood. Other residents also said they often hear gunshots and often hear arguments coming from Born's Bar at night, according to the Pioneer Press reported.
Glass's cousin, Ray Williams, told the Star Tribune that Glass's family believed he was in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Police said Davis was taken to Regions Hospital and he was expected to survive, according to the Star Tribune.