The D-G reports that a police SWAT team last night responded to a call at a residence at the intersection of South Park and West 24th streets, where the victim of a shooting had gone after being shot in the leg. The shooting took place at a different house on the 1700 block of South Pulaski Street. According to police, the injuries sustained are not considered life-threatening.

When the SWAT team arrived, they ordered everyone to leave the house, but those inside refused. Police ultimately concluded that they did not have sufficient probable cause to enter.

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