LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A Raiders Cardinals fan shooting 2012 has not resulted in any arrest today. Two men at the Raiders vs. Cardinals game last night August 17, 2012 got into a verbal altercation, police tell news. The shooting happened during has second half of the preseason game. But after a suspect was questioned by police, the male was released with no arrest.
Officials tell news that the shooting happened in a lot nearby shortly after 9:30 am. The suspect reportedly made the call and was later taken into the custody. But after being questioned, he was released.
Reports claim the caller asserted that he had “accidentally shot” the victim. Police have yet to confirm if that was true. The shooting erupted in the lot north of the University of Phoenix Stadium, in the 9600 block of Maryland Avenue.
Glendale police officer Tracey Breeden issued the following statement to news last night. “The incident occurred approximately one hour before the conclusion of the Arizona Cardinals game, so there were very few people in the parking lot at the time of the shooting. No other parties or individuals near the area sustained any injuries as a result of this incident.”
Officials would not indicate why the suspect was released. They did indicate the victim is stable and expected to live. “The incident appears to be fan-based,” police added. “Discussing details of the investigation at this point could negatively impact the case and compromise the investigation.”