Police: Man stabbed to death during domestic dispute in Milwaukee; woman in custody

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Fatal stabbing near Teutonia & Villard

MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are investigating a fatal stabbing that occurred Wednesday morning, June 15th on the city’s northwest side.

Police were called to a home near Teutonia and Villard Avenue around 8:55 a.m.

Upon arrival, officers located a man, identified as 38-year-old Eric Franklin, who had been stabbed during a domestic dispute. The victim died at the scene despite lifesaving efforts by the Milwaukee Fire Department.

Police say a woman is currently in custody for the crime and MPD continues its investigation.

MPD will present this case to the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office in the coming days for a review.

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  • Barry McCockner

    Im predicting a skyrocketing increase in knife violence if the people ever allow democrats to ban guns.

    • Klaatu

      Then the libs will ban knives and the violent people will use baseball bats. When bats are banned (except for qualified registered athletes) the violent people will use crobars. After crobars are banned they’ll use pipe wrenches. When tools are banned they’ll use chemicals…….and on and on and on.
      Don’t ban the tools, get rid of the violent people….oh, that’s right. We can’t do that within the liberal agenda – don’t want to hurt the criminals’ feelings. As peole living in a culture of acceptance and diversity we have to accept all people. Even the ones that should be exterminated from a civilized society.


    That used to be nice neighborhood back in 1960’S. Wonder what happened to it. Hmm. Must be something someone didn’t see coming or some new reform program some stupid liberal came up with.

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