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MPD: 3 injured in shooting near Good Hope and Teutonia

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Police are investigating a shooting near Good Hope and Teutonia Avenue Monday night. 

Authorities responded to the scene around 9:49 p.m. and found three shooting victims.

All victims sustained non-life threatening injuries and were taken to a local hospital for treatment.

Four firearms were recovered at the scene.

The circumstances leading up to the shooting remain under investigation. 

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Lawrence 25 days ago
MPD is fighting a war out there. Officers are on high alert, as well they should be.

And posting pointless little nonsense screeds is for those with nothing else to offer.
Homer 25 days ago
Stricter Gun Laws for all age people. No exceptions. No excuses. Give justice.

1st gun related conviction = Demerits, Timeout, and a warning of the CERTAIN Punishment for a 2nd gun related conviction.

2nd gun related conviction = Amputation of the thumb on the primary gun hand, additional Demerits, another Timeout, and a warning of the CERTAIN Punishment for a 3rd gun related conviction.

3rd gun related conviction = Amputation of the entire hand, additional Demerits, another Timeout, and a warning of the CERTAIN Punishment for a 4th gun related conviction.

A similar program should be implemented for Drunk Driving/DUI/OUI and for Car Theft/Car Jacking.

Demerits and Timeouts don't work.
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