Milwaukee MPD investigates 3 separate shootings Monday night
The Milwaukee Police Department is investigating three shooting incidents Monday night, none of which were fatal.
According to the MPD, around 7 PM Monday, a 69-year-old Milwaukee man was walking in the area of N Green Bay and W Hope Avenues when he heard gunshots and realized that he had been hit. The man was taken to a local hospital by the Milwaukee Fire Department with what his described as a non-life threatening injury. At this time, the Police have no suspects in the shooting.
The second indent happened around 10:10 PM in the area of N 27th and W Hadley Streets. According to the MPD, two vehicles were traveling along 27th Street and shots were fire from one vehicle towards the other. Two young men in the second vehicle, a 17-year-old and a 22-year-old, were struck by the gunfire. Both were transported by the Milwaukee Fire Department to a local hospital where they are being treated for their serious injuries. They are expected to survive. The Police are continuing to investigate the incident.
At 11:50 PM Monday a man was shot in the arm by individuals who were trying to rob him. The Milwaukee Police say the incident happened in the area of N Buffum and E Wright Streets. According to the Police, the initial investigation found that a 19-year-old man was walking along the street when an unidentified car pull up alongside him and the individuals in the car attempted to rob him. The victim was shot during the incident. The Milwaukee Fire Department transported the man to a local hospital for treatment of his wound and he is recovering. The MPD is continuing to investigate the incident and is looking for suspects.