Update: Suspect Sought In Redby Triple ShootingThe FBI is investigating a triple shooting on the Red Lake Indian Reservation in northern Minnesota. They are looking for suspect Donald Lee Clark, 22.
By: WDAZ Staff Reports,
The FBI is investigating a triple shooting on the Red Lake Indian Reservation in northern Minnesota. They are looking for suspect Donald Lee Clark, 22.
Ralph Boelter, special agent in charge of the Minneapolis FBI office, says that the shooting happened around 3 p.m. Wednesday. The shooting happened at a home in Redby, MN.
Three people were shot and taken to Red Lake Union Health Services for treatment. One of them was life-flighted to Fargo.
A friend of the victims tells WDAZ that at least two of them are brothers; and one of the brothers died. In a Thursday statement, Minneapolis FBI Special Agent in Charge Ralph Boelter says the shootout involves five or six men from two groups.
Both groups were in vehicles when the shooting happened about 3 p.m. Wednesday in a residential neighborhood near the Red Lake Fisheries in Redby. Multiple rifle and shotgun rounds were fired.
Twenty-two-year-old Julian Keith Demarrias of Redby died. Two men in his vehicle were wounded and remain hospitalized.
The FBI says no arrests have been made yet. WDAZ asked for a previous booking photo of suspect Donald Lee Clark from the Beltrami County Corrections Center. That photo is on this article. The FBI says no arrests have been made. Stay tuned to wdaz.com for more on this developing story.