SF Police Investigating Shooting In Downtown

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UPDATED: 5:20 a.m.

Sioux Falls police are investigating a shooting.

Police got a call on shots fired around 9:45 p.m. near 2nd Street and North Dakota Avenue. KELOLAND News has learned that it started with a fight between people in the area and several shots were fired from a hand gun.

Police haven’t released any more information regarding the investigation, including whether anyone was hurt.

More details are expected at Wednesday’s police briefing at 10 a.m.

11:38 p.m.

There is a heavy police presence in Downtown Sioux Falls at two different locations. The first is in the area of the 800 Block of N. Dakota Ave., another near 14th and Dakota Ave.

At last update, Sioux Falls police were able to confirm shots were fired at the Dakota Ave location.

At this scene on N Dakota Avenue, sergeant with @siouxfallspd confirms to me that shots were fired here; unable to confirm if anyone was hit— Dan Santella (@KELODanS) February 20, 2019

Following what appears to be a very active police presence in Downtown Sioux Falls. Law enforcement at several areas. This is at 14th street between Main and Dakota. @KELODanS is heading to another scene on N. Dakota Ave. unsure if they’re related pic.twitter.com/GH9CqvRtLU— Michael Geheren (@mgeheren) February 20, 2019

Law enforcement presence here at 1st and Dakota in SF. Unknown reason. This is as close as we can get. We’re working on gathering details pic.twitter.com/v0bO71queJ— Dan Santella (@KELODanS) February 20, 2019

Officers were seen searching the parking lot of Calvary Episcopal Cathedral.

An amublance was on 14th Street outside of RJ Ries Vallet Cleaners.

KELOLAND News has a crew at both scenes. It’s unclear if these two situations are related.

This is a developing story.

Video on the right from @donjorgensen. He and I ran outside our studio where there there a heavy police presence. On the left, @trobec is using our live downtown skycam to show another angle. Meanwhile, @KELODanS is at another scene where there are multiple reports of shots fired pic.twitter.com/CO3K1dN2aY— Michael Geheren (@mgeheren) February 20, 2019