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A 16-year-old man is being detained after an armed conflict with the police on Wednesday, where militants were detained for several attacks near Bannerman Avenue near Salterta Street.
At a press conference on Thursday, Danny Smith, Winnipeg Police Chief, said the suspect probably used a rifle and only one official had returned to a fire incident.
Smith said that the boy was imprisoned unprotected, but went to the hospital as a precautionary measure because of the potential impact of the gas flowing into the house to extort him.
"Several shots were released to our employees and in the immediate vicinity," said the smile.
"If this were not about the tactical deployment of an armed vehicle and some tactics deployed, I do not think it would have been a good result. Fortunately it was a good result because nobody was physically hurt."
He said that the arrival of police armed jets would provide refuge for officers who were in a "vulnerable position" when the suspect started firing at the police station.
A police car banner was presented at the news conference, and the smile said that the suspect was shot dead in the vicinity of other cars.
Smith said the incident affected the people of the region and the police who responded to the conversation.
"In the morning nobody is thinking of working, nobody is talking to school in the morning, nobody will ever get attacked by an active shooter. It's scary and it's traumatic to anyone involved with it, even to our members, police officers will not be in their careers. such an event. "
He said there were about 100 officers involved in the resolution, and nine officials had been on administrative leave to recover from the incident, and will be assessed by the WPS psychologist before they return to work.
"Approximately 50 of the employees involved in this exercise were interviewed and supported by our behavioral health department," said the smile.
"The events, for example, put a lot of pressure on our frontline officers. Over the past few weeks, officials have visited a number of incidents and engaged in armed and barrageed people, often under the influence of drugs, such as methas."
In the last six days, it was the third armed and complicated situation that Smith said about the "unprecedented" number of WPS in such a short period of time. Another incident took place on Wednesday morning when Young Street 500 was robbed and hostages were held. On November 2, 100 block in Chudley Street was within 12 hours after a woman was shot face to face in the building at Flora Avenue 400.
On October 25, Fort Garry's bottle of bottle of bottle had weapons.
Smyth said violence against arms and illicit drugs is considered to be present in all contradictions.
He said the investigators are still working on Bannerman's scene on Thursday night and will "return to the neighborhood" as soon as possible.
Several cases of criminal liability are anticipated.
An adult suspect is also alleged to be the man who brought the shot to life in block 300 of Aikina Street, near Mountain Avenue, at noon. 6:00 on wednesday
"The K9 actually traced back from this site back to the 300 Block of Bannerman. Approximately at 6:40, units were sent to Bannerman, where the investigation was started," said the smile, adding that five people were detained and later released.
The General Patrons and the Cattle had built a perimeter around the house at Bannerman's 300 Block, just before. 13, "The man came to Bannerman's residence" and began firing officers from various places inside the house.
Smith said that information about how an individual got through the perimeter and in the house is part of the investigation.
Const Tammy Skrabek said the night before Wednesday's standoff that there was a shooting at Bannerman Avenue and Salter Street District.
A 23-year-old man walked around when he came up with an argument with an unknown man and woman.
When the victim walked away, he was taken to the upper part of the body, and two suspects fled.
Police and emergency services found him around noon. 16:20. and he was taken to a hospital in a critical condition.
Though Tuesday night's shooting and Wednesday's standoff took place in the same area, Skrabek said it's unclear whether these two incidents are related.