Oct 15, 2015

Police fatally shoot ‘aggressive’ man in St. Paul - BringMeTheNews.com

St. Paul Police investigate an AM officer involved shooting on Wabasha near Plato Blvd. Suspect is dead. @kstp pic.twitter.com/LxBCl8SxFm — Jennifer Ann Wilson (@Jennawils) August 28, 2014 A St. Paul police officer fatally shot a man Thursday morning after witnesses say the man was aggressive towards the officers. Police were called to the area of Plato Boulevard and Wabasha Street on St. Paul's...

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