Coach allegedy fired gun at player's dad after fight spilled outside Minneapolis YWCA

A girls' basketball coach is accused of firing a gun at a player's dad outside the YWCA on Lake Street. The Star Tribune reports the two were fighting and shoving when the coach drove off and returned with a gun.
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A girls' basketball coach is accused of firing a gun at a player's dad outside the YWCA on Lake Street. The Star Tribune reports the two were fighting and shoving when the coach drove off and returned with a gun.

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