POLICE LOG: A downtown shooter arrested

Shooting, 1200 block of L St, 2357,

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“Officers responded to a call of a group of about 25 people fighting in the garage. It was later discovered that two groups were at a nightclub and had exchanged words. As units were arriving, a security guard from reported that shots were being fired and provided a suspect description of the shooter. As units were checking the parking garage for victims, officers from an outside agency saw two males running and stopped them both. One subject matched the description of the shooter and the tossed a gun as he ran. The investigation determined the gun was stolen and the subject was arrested. Arrested was Mark Conners, 22 for possession of stolen property and for assault with a deadly weapon. He also was arrested for outstanding warrants. The other guy was also arrested for violation of his parole.”

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