Busy 21 hour period for Milwaukee Police

Milwaukee Police investigated four separate shootings and one stabbing in a 21 hour period beginning early Saturday morning and ending just after midnight Sunday.

 A 30-year old man was shot while in the area of W Forest Home and W Lincoln Avenues around 3:15 AM Saturday.    According to the Milwaukee Police, the man received a non-life threatening injury and was taken to a local hospital for treatment of his injury.  The investigation of the incident is ongoing.

Around 7:15 AM Saturday, Police were called to a shooting at S 21st and W Orchard Streets.   A 26-year-old woman received a non-life threatening gunshot wound and was treated at a local hospital.  The Police are continuing to search for a suspect in the shooting.

At 10:55 PM Saturday, Milwaukee Police responded to the area of N 21ST  Street  and W Meinecke Avenue to investigate the shooting of a 37-year- old man.   According to the Police, the man was shot during a confrontation with another subject.   Police have detained what they consider  a person of interest.   The Milwaukee Fire Department treated the victim on the scene and transported  him to a local hospital with a non-life threatening wound. 

Twenty minutes after midnight Sunday, the MPD was called to the report of a shooting at S  7th Street and W Harrison Avenue.   A 25-year-old man told Police that he was walking to his vehicle when several subjects approached him, displayed firearm and attempted to rob him.  During the robbery, one of the suspects shot the victim.   The victim was taken by a friend to a local hospital where he is being  treated for a non-life threatening gunshot injury.   MPD is continuing to search for suspects in this case.

Around 12:50 AM Sunday, MPD Officers were called to the area of N Teutonia Avenue and W Roosevelt Drive.  There they found an adult woman who had been stabbed.   She was taken to a local hospital for treatment of her wound.   The Police have no one in custody and are continuing to investigate  the incident. 

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