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Police: Bullet grazed man's head during Sioux Falls shooting

SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- A shooting over the weekend at a Sioux Falls home could have had a tragic ending. Sioux Falls Police spokesman Sam Clemens says a bullet that pierced one of the home's upstairs windows Saturday night grazed a man's head. Cleme...

SIOUX FALLS (AP) - A shooting over the weekend at a Sioux Falls home could have had a tragic ending.

Sioux Falls Police spokesman Sam Clemens says a bullet that pierced one of the home's upstairs windows Saturday night grazed a man's head. Clemens says the 31-year-old man felt the bullet go through his hair.

Three people were at the home when the incident happened just around 10:15 p.m. Saturday. Clemens says the man does not know why someone would shoot at his home.

Police are still searching for a motive and the person who fired the gun. Clemens says police found the bullet inside the home and a shell casing outside.

Clemens says the department is "fortunate that (the) victim was not injured seriously or even killed" in the incident.

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