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Milwaukee police identify victims in two homicides

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Milwaukee police identified on Monday, May 12th two victims of homicide that occurred in the city on Sunday, May 11th. 

The victim of the homicide that happened shortly after 2:30 a.m. on Sunday, May 11 in the 2700 block of N. 12th Street is identified as 46-year-old Herman Paige.

The victim of the homicide that happened in the 2800 block of W. Kilbourn at about 12:20 p.m. on Sunday, May 11 is identified as 33-year-old Christopher Edwards.

MPD is seeking known suspects in both cases.


  • deontay

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  • Vonda Harris

    I pray that they catch the one that killed this young man also People need to stop killing one another and pray for each other . We need JesusChrist that’s who is going to help his people.

  • A.Edwards

    If anyone have any information about who murdered my cousin on Mothers day.Please don’t be scared to come forward..They don’t deserve to walk these street.They took his life and I don’t care what he did he didn’t deserve what them cold hearted,cowards did too him.He was a good person and we don’t get why these ppl felt the need to do that to him…We gonna miss you cousin Chris..#RIP Cousin Chris
    #Hurt #Angry#Mourning..God see everything.They did that to him with so much hatred God will never let them get away with what they did.Haters..Anytime you do somebody like that the death penalty should be an option..Ijs..Mothers day will never be the same in my family.May God have mercy..Please call the police if you heard or seen anything before,on,or after that day that have anything to do with this case..

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