Police: Three shot, wounded in incident near 27th & Medford

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Shooting incident at 27th & Medford

MILWAUKEE — Three people were shot and wounded near 27th and Medford on Milwaukee’s north side on Monday, May 23rd.

The victims, a 31-year-old man, a 36-year-old man and a 38-year-old man, were shot around 11:00 a.m. during circumstances that remain under investigation.

The victims were being treated for their injuries, which are believed to be non-life threatening.

Milwaukee police are seeking a motive in this case — and continue their search for suspects.

Shooting incident at 27th & Medford

Shooting incident at 27th & Medford

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7 comments

  • Clinton

    Probably just an accidental discharge of a firearm while these three hard working model citizens were on their lunch break!!

    • Opinion8d

      Right, because it was the crackers that made them shoot at each other…..just look at the gold trim -that tells the whole story right there. Ain’t gotz no job, but looks at fine ride!!! Pathetic!!! Yeah, they sure showing the Man alright!!

    • Klaatu

      Instead of being disgusted by comments that reflect the truth with humor, maybe you should be disgusted with the HomeBuoy way of life that serves no good purpose. Instead of constantly crying that us Crackers be disrespectin and discriminatin and hatin on you, why don’t you try acting like responsible law abiding citizens. Try to put forth just a wee bit of effort to grow a set and make your life what you want it to be without using violence and crime. You want everything but will work for nothing.

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