Last night around 9 PM, at least six squad cars converged at 33rd and Humboldt Avenues North, with police setting up a wide cordon over an area of several blocks. Police were seen combing a yard nearby and at least one police dog was involved in the action.
After a while, officers came walking up and stood talking near their squad cars, and a visibly excited police dog was put in the back of the K9 unit. One male officer could be seen engaged in what seemed a dramatic "reenactment" of recent events, showing how he (or another officer) had pointed a rifle and some words were spoken. This blogger approached asked what was up and one female officer said, in an apologetic tone, that due to "privacy concerns" they couldn't speak.
I asked if there was anybody "senior" who could tell me anything about what was up and a male police officer, tall, with very short blond hair perhaps in his 40s said, "A guy ran. We helped catch him."
It's hard not to assume the action last night at 33rd and Humboldt was some kind of spillover from a shooting incident around 3:44 AM that same morning which was mentioned on the Facebook group Police Clips as follows. Note the incident on the 3300 block of Girard Ave. N. would be just a block from the 3300 block of Humboldt Ave. N.