The U.S. Marshals Service says that a man was fatally shot by law enforcement in Uptown, Minneapolis Thursday afternoon.
In a statement, the service claims that members of a "task force" were trying to arrest a man wanted on a warrant for being "a felon in possession of a gun" at the parking ramp at West Lake Street and Girard Avenue, adjacent to what was formerly known as Calhoun Square.
This man, it says, was in a parked car and allegedly "failed to comply" before showing a handgun.
Law enforcement then opened fire, who died despite life-saving efforts. A woman who was in the car at the time was injured by glass debris, and taken to a hospital.
A spokesperson for the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office had earlier confirmed to Bring Me The News shortly after 4:30 p.m. that an individual was shot and killed, but could not release any further details.
ATF St. Paul also said it responded to a police shooting, though a spokesperson told Bring Me The News its agents weren't involved in the incident, and was instead "providing investigative assistance" at the scene.
Hennepin County Commissioner Marion Greene tweeted:
Bring Me The News has reached out to local authorities for more information.
Note: Some of the details provided in this story are based on law enforcement's latest version of events, and may be subject to change.