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The Minneapolis police union put out a call this week for retired officers to help serve as "eyes and ears" at polling sites in "problem" areas across the city on Election Day.
The lawsuit doesn't specify damages.
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo demoted a high-ranking deputy whose comments in a Star Tribune article prompted an internal backlash. Art Knight said he was "disappointed" by his demotion.
The shooting happened in the 3500 block of 19th Avenue S.
Another person was injured during the shooting in the troubled area.
They were ages 13 to 15, and the pursuit stemmed from a carjacking, officers said.
Both incidents occurred on the city's North Side.
It's still unclear whether the man fired at officers, police said.
Transparency lacking over new contract, it says.
Police learned later that the homeowner and the victim were acquaintances and that the invasion was not random.