The Hennepin County Medical Examiner has issued a press release regarding a homicide that took place on Monday at around midnight. According to this information, the victim was Daniel Dwayne Maniece, 35, of Jordan, MN. Police were called to a residential address on the 3500 block of Chicago Avenue South after receiving a call of shots fired at 12:17 a.m. Monday morning.
When officers arrived at the address, they found Maniece who had been shot in the chest. Maniece was brought to Hennepin County Medical Center, (HCMC,) where he was pronounced dead at 1:00 a.m.
Police have said that this was an isolated incident and the public is not in any danger. After interviewing multiple witnesses, police made an arrest in the case on Monday evening, although the investigation is ongoing. It has not been explained why Maniece, who lives in Jordan, was at the Minneapolis home that night.
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