Milwaukee police: Shots fired at vehicle, man driving is fatally wounded

Fatal shooting at 35th and North

MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are investigating a fatal shooting that happened on Wednesday morning, February 1st near 35th and North.

Officials say the victim, a 32-year-old man, was driving a vehicle shortly before 11:00 a.m. when an unknown suspect(s) shot into the vehicle. The victim died from his injuries. The victim has been identified as Deunta Johnson.

MPD continues to seek a motive and search for suspect(s).

Fatal shooting at 35th and North

Fatal shooting at 35th and North

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4 comments

  • lovin2017sofar

    Amazing broad daylight and still no one seems to come forward. Keep hiding and denying, allowing them out on the streets. When all the businesses leave-jobs leave. There goes your tax base (ie:support) step up and save your neighborhoods.

  • Jeff b

    Senseless…..wake up milwaukee.police to bizzy giving each other meaningless awards to help the medcalf neighborhood.seems like its us against the world…put down the guns and think about the future..

  • Wang Fu

    Hands for Peace

    Let’s start removing a hand from people who commit gun crimes after their second conviction, and again after their third. This penalty should apply to people of all ages and races. The penalty should apply to possession of and illegal gun, and to straw buyers who provide guns to those who can’t legally buy or own a gun.

    If we can’t keep guns out of the hands of criminals, we should start taking their hands.

    This daily gun violence has to stop.

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