St. Paul officer shot in leg, suspect ‘down,’ according to initial reports

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An officer in St. Paul was shot and wounded in the leg Thursday and a suspect was reported to be “down” with CPR being performed, according to initial emergency radio dispatches.

The incident happened before 2:30 p.m. in the area of Cretin and Marshall avenues. Police recovered a gun at the scene, according to a police radio dispatch.

Additional information wasn’t immediately available.

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