Minneapolis police say five people were arrested.
The incident was reported 7:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Minneapolis PD said the man had suffered 'obvious trauma.'
Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Penny Flanagan issued a press release urging Minnesotans behind on bills to apply
Mayor Melvin Carter announced the new shelters will be opened in the event of excess demand.
"If you have ever had the pleasure of talking to Larry you are quickly won over by his warm smile and grateful soul."
People Serving People accompanies homeless individuals to the polls to confirm its shelter as their place of residence.
The City of Minneapolis and Hennepin County are named in the suit.
The "tiny homes" will be paid for under the CARES Act.
A dozen tents were at the park when the park board gave notice to vacate last month.
Thirty-five tents remained at the encampment after notice was given to vacate the area, the park board said.
The Minneapolis Park Board says it is still determining which parks can continue to have encampments, but will limit it to 20 parks with 25 tents each.
The park board will vote on the plan this week.
A man was heard struggling in the pond two days earlier.
It is considering a resolution Wednesday that would also require encampments to be gone by Sept. 1.
Authorities are now investigating.
Around 100 unhoused people have sought shelter in Powderhorn Park since last week.
It came after a reported drug overdose.
The Grand Rapids senator's comments have been denounced by Twin Cities leaders.
The woman was picked up by a utility vehicle with a front-end bucket.
Communities across the world are making similar moves.
The building primarily serves as an overflow shelter for the homeless.
It's one of the recipients of the Amazon founder's $2 billion philanthropic fund.