MPD: Argument leads to double shooting near 36th & Garfield; two arrested

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MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are investigating a double shooting that occurred late Tuesday night, March 8th.

It happened around 10:15 p.m. near 36th and Garfield.

Police say an argument led to shots fired between a 33-year-old man and a 28-year-old man. Both sustained what appear to be non-life threatening injuries.

One of the subjects transported himself to the hospital —  the other was transported by ambulance from a nearby location.

Both of these subjects are currently under arrest.

Police say their investigation into this incident is ongoing.

3 comments

  • JokeEnthusiast

    Hmm, what 10% are you referring to Chrisco? There are a lot of law-abiding folks on the North side who would get swept up in your “plan”. You and the Donald should have a meeting about it.

  • Justine

    Wow Chrisco. So unfortunate that your mind is so NARROW. Did you realize some of the most prominent and affluent neighborhoods are on the “Northside. ” plus, where do you get your %’s/statistics?

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