No arrests in Friday night shootings, stabbing in Minneapolis

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There are no arrests following a shooting incident in north Minneapolis Friday night that left four men with non-life-threatening gunshot wounds.  

MPD officials say gunfire broke out around 7:00 p.m.on the 2400 block of Irving Avenue.  

The shooting scene is in the Jordan neighborhood of Minneapolis, near where 17-year-old Serenity Shief was shot and killed on Monday.

Police say the suspects may have fired the shots from a car.and left the scene before officers arrived

Minneapolis police also report a man who was found stabbed earlier Friday night on the 2400 block of S. First Ave is hospitalized in critical condition.  

There have been no arrests in that attack.

The city of Minneapolis was no longer under a curfew on Friday night.

Minneapolis City Council on Friday voted to extend Mayor Jacob Frey’s emergency powers through the weekend in the event it would become necessary for him to declare another curfew.

That vote came in the wake of Wednesday night's unrest that damaged a number of businesses along Nicollet Mall near where a homicide suspect shot and killed himself earlier in the day.