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Minneapolis Crime of the week

Let’s try to keep out guns unloaded an uncocked in the warehouse district.

1st/2nd Avs N: Officers patrolling bar closing time; large unruly crowds after cancelled concert, officers alerted to gun-wielding patron by witness; officers arrested suspect without incident; gun recovered with a round in chamber, hammer cocked

It sounds like this dude got his face smashed in and car stolen from in front of his own house:

2700 blk 15th Av S: Officers dispatched to residence; victim of aggravated assault found on front porch, reported had been robbed of vehicle; victim severely beaten in face, sustained heavy bleeding; victim remembered little of event due to trauma; victim transported to HCMC, treated for facial fractures; officers later made contact with suspect who admitted involvement, relayed information on 2nd suspect; officers apprehended 2nd suspect on street corner: 2 Arrested/AGGRAVATED ROBBERY

Rolling your car the same day you rob a business is the opposite of discrete:

Investigating: ROBBERY of BUSINESS: 3000 blk Excelsior Blvd: Man entered business, asked for change; announced a robbery, took cash from register then forced employee into office, tried to get her to open safe; employee told him combination not known; suspect stole personal items from employee, fled; later that day suspect crashed, rolled his car in St Louis Park; officers recovered loss from business, along with employee’s camera containing photos of suspect; suspect believed to have committed 18-20 other business robberies in Mpls, Richfield, Bloomington, St. Paul and St Louis Park; investigators gathering evidence linking suspect to other robberies while he is in Sherburne Co Jail on a hold by US Marshal’s Service

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  1. …or, barring the “don’t take your guns to town” mentality, if you’re a legally carriying permit-holder, keep your firearm concealed.

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