21 September 2021
MPD is investigating a shooting that occurred in the 3800 block of N.16th St. The victim, a 20-year-old man from Milwaukee, sustained life-threatening injuries. The circumstances surrounding the shooting appear to be related to an argument after a minor vehicle collision
District 5 on scene of a fatal shooting in Milwaukee near 16th and Atkinson.
Milwaukee Police are on scene of a fatal shooting near 16th and Atkinson
Beloit police are investigating a shooting in the 1700 block of Porter Avenue. The status of the victim has not been made public as of 12:05 pm
Police were called to 29th and Cleveland last week where neighbors had called 911 saying a man was randomly shooting a gun on his front porch. That man was Roberto Zielinski, and his family are still struggling to understand what happened that night
The West Allis Fire Department said a woman is dead after a fire broke out in a home near 56th and Rogers early Sunday morning
Milwaukee police are investigating a non-fatal shooting that happened near 20th and Concordia on Friday
Milwaukee police are investigating a homicide following a shooting near 11th and Ring on Saturday
Almost four hours later, a 20-year-old Milwaukee man was also shot in the area of 11th and Hayes. Police believe the shootings are related
Closer look at the damage to the three eight-unit apartment buildings that caught fire this morning.
NOW> Apartment building fire at Plum Tree complex in Hales Corners near 105th and College Ave. @AmeliaJonesTV is on scene @fox6wakeup
Fire crews working to contain a blaze in Hales Corners at a large apartment complex. @AmeliaJonesTV just arrived on scene and reports large plumes of smoke and emergency responders active on scene
[email protected] investigating south side fatal shooting near S. 21st St. and W. Pierce St
Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week: Man gunned down near 24th and Hadley @milwaukeepolice
MFD: 1 person taken to hospital following fire near Center Street and Carlton Place
Milwaukee police say a 20-year-old Milwaukee woman was shot near 29th and Elder Wallace on Wednesday
Milwaukee police seek suspect in burglary near 57th and Euclid
Milwaukee police seek suspect in burglary near 63rd and Capitol
Milwaukee Police are requesting the public's assistance in identifying and locating a suspect wanted in a burglary that occurred on May 31, 2021, at approximately 1:51 p.m., on the 3200 Block of S. 57th Street
Milwaukee Police are requesting the public's assistance in identifying and locating a suspect wanted in a burglary that occurred on May 24, 2021, at approximately 4:00 a.m., on the 6300 Block of W. Capitol Drive
Milwaukee police say an officer fatally shot a 49-year-old man who was armed with a gun, firing shots and refused multiple commands to drop the weapon
Man found fatally shot inside vehicle near 28th and Clarke - @MilwaukeePolice are investigating
MCMEO responding to the homicide of an adult male in the 2600 blk of N 28. @MilwaukeePolice investigating.
The Milwaukee Police Department is investigating a shooting that happened near 17th and North on Sunday
A @MilwaukeePolice officer shot and killed a man, who they say was armed, firing shots & ignoring commands to drop the gun.
MPD involved in a fatal shooting near 29th/Cleveland. Police called to the area on report of man firing a gun from a front porch.
MPD shot and killed a man they say refused to drop his gun. Happened around 29th and Cleveland last night
Are investigating an officer-involved shooting near 29th & Cleveland. One man, a 49-year-old suspect was killed. More to come on the @CBS58 morning news at 4:30a
officer involved shooting at 28th & Cleveland. The shooting suspect is dead. Police still have the area blocked off. There is NO threat to the public right now.
Milwaukee police confirmed officer involved shooting- Suspect fatally shot- No injuries to officers
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