A Winnipeg man faces multiple charges after a shooting in August left a 32-year-old man seriously injured.

Winnipeg police say officers were dispatched to the 500 block of Selkirk Avenue early in the morning on Aug. 5 for a report that a man had been shot.

Members found the injured victim and began first aid before they could take him to the hospital in an unstable condition.

He was later promoted to the stable, but police say he suffered “serious injuries”.

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Police arrest two men in fatal shooting in Winnipeg in 2020

Investigators say the couple were part of two groups involved in a verbal confrontation prior to the shooting.

The men are believed not to have known each other prior to the incident.

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Police say 19-year-old Harry James Richard was arrested at the Headingley Correctional Center on October 8.

He is charged with aggravated battery and a long list of firearms crimes, and remains in detention.


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