Police: 28-year-old man shot, seriously injured at the intersection of 15th and Ring

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Milwaukee police are investigating a shooting that occurred late Tuesday night, June 25th.

According to police, a 28-year-old man was shot at approximately 11:51 p.m. at the intersection of 15th and Ring.

Police say the man was seriously injured.

No additional details have been released — including the circumstances surrounding the shooting or if any suspects are in custody.




  • Joni Moskol

    Every so-often when criminal activity happens such as a shooting, and is concentrated
    in the inner city, crowds form with intense speeches to the tune of we must stop the violence.
    I for one do not understand how such brutality can be foisted upon another from another person.
    The same silly politicians come out with the same song and dance and promise you they are there
    for you. I ask you this inner city, why do you keep voting for the same Liberal reps. who want to
    take away any rights you have, and by the way midnight basketball should not be a contender.
    Tom Barrett is a terrible mayor and yet you all vote for these do nothing characters. You are all
    brainwashed into hating Rep. but when was the last any Conservative represented your area.
    Detroit, Calif. etc. the same scenario all represented by Libs. Think about it on your own not by
    your reps. who misconstrue the real facts. I live in Ozaukee but if I ran your community I would
    clean it up, and you would see the difference in really running a productive area or what you had
    before inherited your streets.

  • triplea

    Marshal Law, lock it down. Milwaukee made #10 on Forbes top 10 most violent cities. A list Chicago did not make. This sudden proliferation of violent crimes is linked to the demolition of low income housing units in Chicago. Now, in addition to the indigenous riff raff, we have incurred some of Chicago’s riff raff. So the solution should be to lock it down and suppress any opportunity for illegal fiscal gains and detrimental behavior. This is the unforeseen consequence of gentrification. Should have left the Robert Taylor’s et. al alone and dealt with the issues when they were isolated to smaller geographical locations.

  • Sheila Moyet

    All these shootings and violence is nothing more than a boiling pot. Sooner or later it’s going to explode when law abiding citizens get fed up with living in fear and take matters into their own hands.

  • Jaimie Mutza

    Those can can’t do teach, and those who can’t teach do!! So, put your money where your mouth is Mrs. Moskol and run for office!!

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