Police: One of two victims shot near McDonald’s at Good Hope & Teutonia has died

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MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police said on Monday, April 25th one of two victims who was shot Sunday evening, April 24th near the McDonald’s restaurant on Good Hope Road near Teutonia has died.

Police say 26-year-old David Stange died at the hospital on Monday morning.

The second gunshot victim remained hospitalized as of late Monday afternoon.

Police say further investigation has revealed the victims were involved in an illegal drug transaction just prior to the shooting.

After this shooting, which happened around 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, police said the two victims had suffered “very serious” injuries.

Police said the shots were fired into the victim’s vehicle by suspect(s) in another vehicle.

The victims’ vehicle ended up in a McDonald’s parking lot (near Teutonia and Good Hope) — where there was a heavy police presence Sunday evening.

The search is ongoing for the suspect(s).


This is Milwaukee’s 35th homicide of 2016.

1 Comment

  • El Crappo

    Hood rat? That might be a compliment to these worthless parasites. When these bird brains see white kids they assume only two things.
    A. They are cops
    B. They are drug users
    Your better off being “B”
    With all the heroin being pumped into the USA from Mexico, this problem will only get worse. Our cartel amigos love our weak border patrol and globalist policies.

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