Man Suffers Non-Life Threatening Gunshot Wounds
Sioux Falls Police Continue Investigation, Say No Danger To The Public
An investigation continues following a shooting in western Sioux Falls on Friday night.
At around 8:30 p.m. Sioux Falls Police responded to calls of gunshots in the 4100 Block of West 41st Street.
Soon after receiving reports of gunshots, authorities say they were told someone had been shot.
Sergeant Andrew Siebenborn with the Sioux Falls Police Departments says they found a 34 year old male with gunshot wounds near the McDonald’s restaurant on west 41st Street.
Sgt. Siebenborn also said the subject was transported to a hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.
“They were communicating with officers on scene prior to being transported,” said Sgt. Siebenborn.
Law enforcement officers set up multiple crime scenes, spanning from the McDonald’s on west 41st Street to the Kings Mart near the I-29 entrance ramp.
Units also set up around the Super 8 motel and the Red Rock Inn nearby.
Sgt. Siebenborn said law enforcement is asking for information from anyone who could’ve been in the area during the incident.
“We do realize that this is a busy intersection and a busy part of town so if you did hear something, if you did see something about that time, could you please either call the Sioux Falls Police Department at 367-7000 or Crime Stoppers, that would be appreciated,” said Sgt. Siebenborn.
Sioux Falls Police say there is no danger to the public following this incident.
This is an on-going investigation and authorities say they are still determining who was involved in the shooting.