55 Cops Start Manhunt After Security Guard Shoots Himself and Blames Black Man
(ANTIMEDIA) St. Paul, MN — St. Catherine University in St. Paul, Minnesota, was subject to a lockdown Tuesday night after a security guard called 911 and told police a mysterious black gunman shot him in the shoulder on campus around 9:25 p.m. Shortly after receiving the report of an active shooter, St. Paul police set up a perimeter around the school and conducted a four-hour manhunt involving 55 cops and four police dogs with Minnesota State Patrol aircraft circling overhead.
St. Paul police did not publicly release the description the security guard, Brent Ahlers, provided, but it was aired over law enforcement radio, published on a website, and shared on social media.
As a frequent police scanner listener posted on Twitter Tuesday night:
— Julie (@wwozzydo) September 13, 2017