Austin MN Shooting – The Austin Police Department is asking for the community’s assistance in identifying a vehicle and persons who may have been involved in a drive-by gunshot that occurred on Friday night. An individual was reportedly murdered and at least two other persons were injured in a drive-by shooting that took place on Friday night at 10:40 p.m., according to the Atlanta Police Department (APD). The authorities are seeking for a white 2020 Dodge Durango with the license plate number JAG300 in the state of Minnesota.
Additionally, the investigation team is looking for two other people who are said to have been in the Durango at the time that the event took place. They have been identified as Cham Oman, age 28, of Austin, who is thought to have been operating the vehicle, and Manamany Abella, thought to have been a passenger in the vehicle. The authorities have issued a warning to the general public not to approach Abella and Oman because they believe they are armed and dangerous. Please contact the Austin Police Department at (507) 437-9400 or 911 if you have any information on their location or if you know where the Durango could be located.
According to the Austin Police Department, police responded to a 911 call at approximately 10:40 p.m. on Friday regarding a car that had slammed into an empty residence located at 701 4th Street North in Austin. There was one male passenger who had already passed away, as well as two passengers who were hurt. Officers determined via further investigation that immediately previous to the incident, five persons had entered the car on the 700 block of 2nd Street Northwest. As the Durango neared their vehicle, a person inside the Durango began firing at their vehicle.
The vehicle that was being driven by the victim started to roll, and it eventually collided with the house that was located on 4th Street North. At the scene of the accident, it was determined that the driver of the vehicle that belonged to the victim had passed away. He will undergo an autopsy and official identification procedures at the Southern Minnesota Regional Medical Examiner’s Office, where he has been sent. His name will be made public after the appropriate family members have been notified.