Police investigating after juvenile injured in Denver capturing – 9News.com KUSA
The shooting happened near Bruce Randolph Avenue and High Street, Denver Police said.
DENVER — Denver Police (DPD) are investigating a shooting that left a juvenile injured Wednesday in Denver’s Cole neighborhood.
The shooting happened near Bruce Randolph Avenue and High Street, DPD said.
The juvenile was transported to the hospital, DPD said, with non life-threatening injuries.
No suspect information has been released and there have been no arrests.
UPDATE: The victim is a juvenile male. Injuries do not appear to be life threatening. Investigation is ongoing. No arrests at this time.
— Denver Police Dept. (@DenverPolice) January 20, 2021
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