MIAMI (WSVN) - The Downtown Miami Main Library has reopened, days after a police-involved shooting.
The Miami-Dade Main Library, near Flager Street and Northwest Second Avenue, reopened its doors on Friday morning after being closed since Wednesday.
The shooting, according to police, involved 64-year-old Roderick Veazey, a man who walked into the library with a gun. Police said Veazey confronted another man and opened fire.
The victim was not struck, but an officer working an off-duty detail quickly responded and shot Veazey. The officer arrested him shortly afterwards.
Veazey was taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital.
The 64-year-old is now behind bars and has been charged with attempted murder.
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