Two Sought in Minot Shooting

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A warrant has been issued for a 25-year-old man believed to have shot two people at a Minot sports bar parking lot early this morning.

Minot Police say 25-year-old Steven Dolorenzo Stewart is wanted for attempted murder and two counts of reckless endangerment.

Police say Stewart stood at the south end of the parking lot of Sports on Tap, just west of Broadway in Minot, and fired several shots from a semi-automatic rifle, hitting two men standing at the north end of the parking lot.

The men, ages 41 and 23, were taken to Trinity Hospital where police report they are stable.

In addition to Stewart, police are seeking 24-year-old Trameisha Simmons for questioning in connection with the shooting.

Police say only one of the two victims was an intended target in the shooting.

If you have information about the early Saturday morning shooting at the parking lot of Sports on Tap, contact your local law enforcement agency. Or to be eligible for up to $1,000 in reward money, you may make an anonymous tip by calling the Crime Stoppers at 701-852-7463.

Meanwhile, officials in Idaho Falls, Idaho say they’ve been warned that Stewart and Simmons may be headed their way.

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