South Bend Police: Altercation led to shooting at Frank's Place; six hurt
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - South Bend Police say an altercation outside Frank's Place led to a shooting that injured six people.
Investigators say it happened outside the bar around 2:30 a.m. Multiple rounds were fired.
Police describe all of the injuries as non-life threatening. The victims are at Memorial Hospital.
Investigators haven't said what may have led up to the shooting. They also have not released any details on suspects.
Neighbors say Frank's Place was rowdy all night long.
One man says he called police three times to complain about the noise.
People in the area say the bar has become a nuisance.
The bar manager says Frank's Place will be open Thursday. He says the shooting happened 90 minutes after closing, and calls the shooting "coincidental."
Detectives are questioning victims and witnesses.
Investigators have not released any information on suspects.
If you know anything about the shooting, call police or Crime Stoppers at 574-288-STOP.