Shooting in Pennsylvania Leaves Man Injured

At least one man was reported injured after a shooting in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The police responded to a dispatch call for the incident near the intersection of North 6th and Radnor Streets at around 3:30 p.m. ET today.

The victim is either 22 or 23 years of age, according to the police and was shot in the leg and foot. He was taken to the hospital by a passerby where the injuries were pronounced not life-threatening. The police have made no arrests and are working on a description of the suspect. The name of the victim has not been released yet.

Authorities said that the victim was confronted by the shooter and an altercation led to the incident. The victim was not cooperating with the police investigation, according to WGAL.

On May 13, in an unrelated incident, a teenager was charged as an adult for a shooting incident that took place on May 4. The 15 year-old fired a gun at another person. A search of his house found a small amount of marijuana, $1,222 in cash, a 12-gauge sawed barrel shotgun, shotgun ammunition, a 9 mm magazine with eight rounds, and a box of 9 mm ammunition.

Penn Live: At least one person reported injured in Harrisburg shooting: dispatches
WGAL News 8: Man shot in leg and foot in Harrisburg Shooting
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