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Multiple shootings Saturday night, none fatal

MILWAUKEE, WI (CBS 58) -- The Milwaukee Police are investigating four shooting incidents that happened Saturday evening.

Two people are in custody following a shooting that happened around 6:30 PM Saturday near E North and N Cambridge Avenues.  According to the MPD, a 32-year-old man received a serious gunshot wound and is being treated at a local hospital.  The Police say the shooting was the result of a domestic violence incident and both the suspect and the victim are in custody.

A 20-year-old man was grazed by a bullet as he was driving along W National Avenue near N 21st Street around 6:45 PM Saturday.  Police say the man heard gunshots and realized he was wounded.   The man suffered a non-life threatening graze wound to the head and is in stable condition at a local hospital.   The Police are investigating the incident but have no suspects in custody at this time.

Around 7 PM, a 23-year-old man walked into a local hospital seeking treatment of a non-life threatening gunshot wound.  After talking with the man, investigators determined the man originally lied about the incident and that in fact he had accidentally shot himself.  The man is currently in Police custody. 

An incident at a tavern near N Humboldt and E Garfield Avenues resulted in a man getting shot around 10 PM Saturday.   The 30-year-old man was able to walk into a local hospital and is being treated for a non-life threatening wound.   The  MPD is looking for a known suspect as part of its investigation.

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