Man attempting to repossess car is shot, wounded on Milwaukee’s south side

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) — A 28-year-old Milwaukee  man who was attempting to repossess a car was shot and wounded on Thursday morning, November 13th.

Police say the shooting happened on S. 5th Pl. just north of Howard Ave. around 10 a.m. The victim was attempting to repossess the suspect’s car when a struggle ensued.  The suspect, a 37-year-old Milwaukee man, fired a handgun and the victim suffered a graze wound.

The victim drove himself to the hospital for treatment.

The suspect remained at the scene where he was taken into custody.

4 comments

  • Brittany

    Probably not the best business to be in right now, with all the car thefts/armed robberies and subsequent increased ccws.

    • 2ECOND

      just because you posses a ccl does not give the right to shoot someone because they are taking your property. A ccl is for your protection from bodily harm.

  • charles

    a car isn’t repossessed “just because” – these people likely knew well in advance this would happen if they didn’t pay their bill. and this guys mom on the news defending him is such a joke. yeah, pull out a gun instead of calling the cops. that achieves a lot. NO EXCUSE is good enough for aiming a gun at someone’s head over a CAR.

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