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Police: Three people shot in separate incidents; one an attempted burglary

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MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are investigating three non-fatal shootings that happened on Sunday, May 15th.

The first happened around 10:00 a.m. near 68th and Hadley.

Police say a burglar was attempting to break into a home when someone inside the home shot the suspect.

The male shooting victim was taken to the hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.

Police are investigating.

The second shooting happened near 35th and Hadley on Sunday night.

Police said a 25-year-old man was shot in the neck around 8:45 p.m.

Police say two people were engaged in a verbal argument when one person pulled out a gun and shot the other.  The victim was taken to the hospital by the Milwaukee Fire Department and is being treated for a serious gunshot wound.

The third shooting happened around 10:00 p.m. near 6th and Greenfield.

Police say the victim was walking when two suspects approached him, possibly to rob him. A struggle ensued and at some point the victim was shot.

The victim conveyed himself to the hospital, where he was being treated for a non-life threatening injury.

MPD continues to seek suspects.

Monitor FOX6 News and for updates on this developing story.

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  • You Know Who You Are

    Makes me happy that the thief was shot on 68th and Hadley. This is only a few blocks from me. Hopefully they will stay out of this neighborhood knowing we will defend it!

  • Sheila Moyet

    It’s really sad to see what has happened to Milwaukee. I remember the time where I could take the bus in the evening to go shopping…not any more. Now you have to be locked in your house by dusk, and then you still aren’t safe from the bullets. Milwaukee has turned into one big cesspool of crime and violence. Yet the people still vote Barrett in office, so they must like it this way. Things will continue to get worse as long as people keep making excuses for what is happening to the city.

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