Police seek information on shots fired in Windom

Police are investigating gunshots fired at the 5400 block of Garfield Avenue South.

A homeowner told police of hearing several loud bangs around 3 a.m. Wednesday, May 18, but did not immediately look outside or call police at that time. The homeowner later discovered several bullet holes on their home and a vehicle parked in the driveway.

Officers are providing extra patrol to the area.

Police ask residents to call 911 immediately if they think they hear gunshots. Upon hearing shots, police advise people to stay inside or take cover when outside. If residents spot someone with a gun, police ask for a description of clothing, age, height, gender, build, race, location, vehicle and direction of movement. When officers arrive, the extent of the investigation depends upon the detail of the information received.

Anyone who saw or heard anything related to the incident can contact the 5th Precinct at 673-5437.

 

5th Precinct welcomes new officer

The 5th Precinct has hired its first Somali-American officer, Mohamed Noor.

Noor’s background is in property management. He joined the department in March 2015.

 

Runnin’ with the Law is May 25 at Lake Calhoun

The Minneapolis Police Department’s seventh annual 5K Run/Walk is May 25 at Lake Calhoun’s Thomas Beach.

The event includes demonstrations by the police department, a kids fun run, a post-race celebration and food from the Café Racer food truck.

The event begins at 5 p.m., with the 5K starting at 6:15 p.m.

For more information, visit tria.com/5k.

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