Baby suffers ‘graze wound’ in shooting on Indy’s northeast side, police say


INDIANAPOLIS — A baby suffered what police are calling a “graze wound” during a shooting on the northeast side of Indianapolis, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.

IMPD was called to the 3900 block of Breen Drive around 6:40 p.m. Tuesday in response to the shooting.

Officers arrived to find a 10-month-old baby boy with an apparent gunshot wound. The baby was taken to Riley Children’s Hospital and is expected to be okay, police said.

Authorities stated that someone was shooting in the parking lot, and bullets went through several walls in several apartment units, one of which struck the boy.

IMPD believes the shooting was random. They do not have a suspect or suspect info now at this time.

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