Police: Off-duty cadet grazed by bullet

Authorities say an off-duty police cadet was grazed by a bullet early Monday morning in the South Bronx.The shooting happened at Gerard Avenue and 165th

THE BRONX - Authorities say an off-duty police cadet was grazed by a bullet early Monday morning in the South Bronx.

The shooting happened at Gerard Avenue and 165th Street, police say. Details about what led to the shooting are unclear, but neighbors speculate that the shooting started at a nightclub on 164th and Morris Avenue. They say fights frequently spill out from the club.

Emergency workers say the cadet suffered minor injuries.

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