3 December 2021
Police start moving up on two streets causing protesters to fall back to the intersection
The 26-year-old victim told police he was trying to sleep in an alley off of State Street when the unprovoked assault took place
Milwaukee Police are requesting the public's assistance in locating long term missing Dynasty Williams. Dynasty was last seen on January 31, 2019, on the 3800 block of N. 88th Street, Milwaukee, WI
Police arrest man who allegedly pulled knife on another driver during Williamson Street road rage incident #news3now
FATAL CRASH, 4 YEAR OLD DIES: Both drivers were also transferred to the hospital for their injuries
Child dead after Town of Clinton crash on East State Highway 67 between South Larson Road and South State Highway 140 in the Town of Clinton.
Heavy police presence at 75th and Center Street. Protesters have not arrived yet in Wauwatosa but are close
Sun Prairie police are asking the public to avoid downtown area due to a gas leak
Peaceful protests, then a separate group damages storefronts & loots stores across Wauwatosa overnight. This is after the decision that no charges will be filed against Officer Mensah in the Alvin Cole shooting.
Surveying some of the damage in Wauwatosa/Milwaukee from overnight. This is @MissMollysCafe at 92nd & Center. Glass shattered across the sidewalk. One window appears to be busted all the way through, and you can see the brick inside the business
A look inside the @Kumon_NA in Wauwatosa after a night of unrest following the decision by MKE CO. D.A. not to charge officer Joseph Mensah in the shooting death of Alvin Cole. All 3 window panes are smashed in. A look inside shows glass still on the ground.
All Paper wallpaper store on the corner of North and Swan in Tosa the morning after a night of unrest following the decision by the MKE D.A. not to charge Officer Joseph Mensah in the shooting Festa of Alvin Cole.
Police say a two year old boy accidentally shot himself at 11:30PM near 9th and Ring. Police arrested his mother. The boy is expected to survive
A lot of broken windows near North Ave & Swan Blvd in Wauwatosa. Large groups were out well past the 7pm curfew. Our cameras saw several stores looted and tear gas used several times. Curfew in effect until 6am
Massive police presence in Milwaukee tonight, and the caravan is making its way through the city without interference from the officers Milwaukee Wauwatosa
Huge caravan has still been making its way through Milwaukee well past midnight. Police are allowing them to pass through Milwaukee
Speedway left in complete catastrophe after tonight's looting. Police arrive to disperse the crowd Milwaukee Wauwatosa
Spray-painting BLM on the SWAT Bearcat Milwaukee Wauwatosa
Police fire teargas on the crowd just outside of peoples' homes after a car approaches too close to the line of officers in riot gear Milwaukee Wauwatosa
Police took up a line across various lawns in a residential neighborhood of Milwaukee
Police pull off from the Speedway parking lot, cutting through their own caution tape on the scene Milwaukee Wauwatosa
Police out at the Speedway after tonight's looting, the scene has been caution taped off Milwaukee Wauwatosa
Coffee station toppled inside Speedway as another night of unrest in Wisconsin continues Wauwatosa #MilwaukeeProtests
Guns out on the streets of Milwaukee tonight Milwaukee Wauwatosa
Gas station looting in Milwaukee Wauwatosa #WauwatosaProtests
Spray-painting Black Lives Matter onto U.S. Bank in Milwaukee Wauwatosa #MilwaukeeProtests
Fresh graffiti on a US Bank building on Lisbon and 100th Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Milwaukee Police are investigating a shooting that occurred on Wednesday, October 7, 2020, at approximately 10:10 p.m., on the 2900 block of N. 46th Street
Businesses damaged by rioters in Wauwatosa. Including a child education center
Burnouts on the sidewalks as the crowd drowns out the man yelling about motorcycles on his lawn Wauwatosa
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