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MPD: Three arrested following crash and police pursuit; two suspects sought

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MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police arrested three females following a crash on the north side and a pursuit on the west side.

Police say the investigation began with an armed robbery that happened around 6:15 p.m. on April 13th near 13th and Bolivar.

A 38-year-old man was approached by two male suspects who were inside a Toyota RAV4, stolen outside of Milwaukee.

One of the suspects got out, pointed a gun at the victim, and took the keys to the victim’s car, a 2008 Chevrolet Impala. Both vehicles then fled the scene.

Around 11:10 p.m., the RAV4 was involved in a rollover accident near the intersection of N. Palmer Street and E. North Avenue.

Crash at North and Palmer

Crash at North and Palmer

One suspect inside the RAV4, a 15-year-old female, was injured and taken to the hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. Other suspects inside the RAV4 fled the scene in the Impala.

Crash at North and Palmer

Crash at North and Palmer

The Impala was later recovered following a short police pursuit near N. 48th Street and W. Meinecke Avenue where two more suspects, an 18-year-old woman and a 14-year-old female, were taken into custody.

MPD is still searching for two male suspects and will present this case to the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office in the coming days for charges.

Crash at North and Palmer

Crash at North and Palmer

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9 comments

  • Mickey D.

    This city is a crime invested city that allows juvenile criminals to roam free. They’re arrest now and will be out in a few weeks. Justice system here is Milwaukee is a complete joke. While we spend money on a stadium, trolley system and bus system this city is in dire need of more jails, education and more police. Welcome to KILWAUKEE. WE PROMISE YOU WONT DO JAIL TIME.

  • RealInfo

    Shay Woods here with #RealInfo

    This story says one 18 year old was taken into custody. Come check my Facebook page for a name and photo of the only 18 year old female taken into custody at Milwaukee County Jail that night.

  • Cameron

    I can tell you this, Milwaukee is going to be even less harsh on juveniles in times to come. The city is moving towards “restorative justice” as opposed to punishment. Close to 70% of inner city youth experience severe traumatic events in their lives before the age of 16. These traumatic events often times actually change the way the brain functions and they operate under pure “fight or flight” response. They weren’t born thugs, and many have not been raised in nurturing loving homes. Many of these kids are physically, sexually abused or abandoned. Their minds are too underdeveloped to make sense of the cruelties they have suffered at the hands of those who were supposed to protect them. More jails symply isn’t the answer. These behaviors run much deeper than the oversimplified deduction of “thug mentality”.

    • Mickey D.

      I agree there are serious issues with the inner city youth. I myself used to live in the ghettos growing up and I have always said the environment you live in determines who you will become as a person luckily I have good hardworking parents growing up. However these are kids who are not committing petty crimes but serious crimes including carjackings, armed robbery and attempted murder. The problem is these kids know what they are doing is wrong but know they will not receive any serious punishment for their actions therefore making it okay to commit these crimes. In other states these kids will be in juvenile detention centers which doesn’t just lock them up but offer continuing education and keeping the juveniles busy at all times. Milwaukee seriously do not have their priorities right if they are investing in a trolley and new stadium when there are other ways of improving Milwaukee. I only see this city getting worse and worse. We’re # 6 in most dangerous city in US and soon will be top 3 with the direction we’re going.

    • Donnie

      A YOOPER – no one mentioned that these people were African American…… so to has tag #BLM is a little pathetic.
      What about the “white person” they stole the car from? How do you know that wasn’t a family that was affected? How can you justify not “chasing” the criminals that conduct the acts? How do you know the male they held up at gun point wasn’t affected? How about the people that were in the car crash that the criminals hit weren’t hurt or affected? You are sadly mistaken for stating something so inconsiderate of #BLM…instead of that hash tag, try #LM (Lives matter) and not make this a racist matter, sound good? Thanks.

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