Threat leads to shooting in Glendale near 59th, Union Hills

By Chris Caraveo

Independent Newsmedia

Two men were involved in a shooting Tuesday night in Glendale after one apparently threatened the other, according to police.

At about 8:15 p.m. Sept. 12, the Glendale Police Department responded to the intersection of 59th Avenue and Union Hills Drive in reference to a shooting.

An adult male had called police, stating he had been shot. Meanwhile, another man called police and told them he had shot someone after he had been threatened, according to a report.

The shooter remained at the scene and cooperated with police while the man who was shot fled the scene.

Officers later located the man at a local hospital for treatment of a serious injury as a result of the gunshot.

Police say he appears to be in stable condition.

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