UPDATE: Brown Deer Police Know Identity of Suspect who Pulled Gun
On Thursday, at approximately 5:43 PM, officers from the Brown Deer Police Department responded to a report of a subject who pointed a gun at three victims and made threatening statements.
The suspect was traveling to Old Country Buffet for dinner with the victims in a vehicle when an argument ensued and the suspect became upset, pulled a gun, and pointed it at the female victims, stating he was going to “kill them all.”
As officers were arriving on scene, the suspect fled southbound across West Brown Deer Road and into the wooded yards of the subdivision. With the help of officers from River Hills, Bayside, Fox Point, Mequon, the Milwaukee Police Department and the Ozaukee County Sheriff’s Office an extensive search of the area was conducted, although the suspect was reported to be seen in the area, officers were unable to apprehend him.
The suspect is described as a black male 21-years-old. 5’6”, 130 pounds with a thin build wearing a light blue polo style shirt and blue jeans with Afro style hair.
The Brown Deer Police Department know the identity for the suspect.
He is known and charges are pending at the District Attorney's office.
None of the victims were injured as a result of this incident.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Brown Deer Police Department at 414-371-2900, reference 15-8781.
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