Man grazed by bullet in Tuesday shooting in Aurora

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AURORA | A man was grazed by a bullet Tuesday afternoon in Aurora when a gunman in a red SUV “drove up” and opened fire, police said.

The unidentified man did not receive medical attention for his injury, according to police.

Police said at about 1 p.m. a person drove up and “shots were fired and (the) car drove away” in the 900 block of Elkhart Street in central Aurora.

No other information was released.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867. Tipsters can remain anonymous and still be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000, police said.

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Don Black
Don Black
8 months ago

It is good that the public, the legislature, and the media don’t want people stopped for minor violations. For instance, you can be in a stolen car with a different plate or a stolen car with illegal window tint and you are safe to shoot at people without fear that you will be stopped by the police for the minor violations. All those minor violations are where you catch the people before or during the commission of a more serious crime. The shootings should not be enough to keep from protecting those who choose to violate a spate of laws. What are a few murders compared to protecting people who violate the laws and might choose to fight the police when they are stopped? Those people killed in the crossfires are not as important as protecting minor violators who might get violent when stopped.