Niagara Falls police say a man being treated for a gunshot wound to his shoulder early Sunday morning had little to say on how the injury occurred.
Officers were called to Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center about 2:20 a.m. Sunday by hospital staff who said they were treating a man for a gunshot wound.
When officers approached the 32-year-old man and asked what had happened, he replied, “I don’t even know. I don’t know how I got shot or who shot me, but if I did I would help y’all find him.”
The man did say there had been a party at his Grove Street home and someone had fired a gun at which point he was struck in the shoulder. Doctors told police the injury was just a small flesh wound and the man was going to be discharged.
Detectives were said to following up with an investigation of the incident at the man’s home.