Milwaukee police: Two arrested minutes after armed robbery on city’s northwest side

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MILWAUKEE — A quick response by Milwaukee Police Department District Seven officers led to the arrest of two suspects, including a convicted felon, for a northwest side armed robbery.

Officers responded to the Walgreens near 76th Street and W. Capitol Drive around 9:10 p.m. on July 5th for a report of an armed robbery.

Police say a suspect walked into the store, pointed a gun at an employee, and demanded cash and cigarettes. The suspect then fled with another suspect in an Oldsmobile Intrigue.

That vehicle was located by District Seven officers less than 20 minutes later near39th and Hadley.

Both suspects, a 24-year-old man and a 36-year-old man, were taken into custody and the money and cigarettes were found inside the car.

The 36-year-old man is a convicted felon with a criminal record dating back to 1996.

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



    Convicted felon means nothing to anyone, hell more than half of the blacks in Milwaukee are felons, ok, at least the men are between ages 13 and 99 are. Welcome to Milwaukee, good job MPD.

  • Hyman Roth

    Back when I was in Vegas before the Corleone family took over we didn’t have these type of problems. Now I’m just a pensioner living in the states trying to get by on crumbs and these criminals are taking the food out of my mouth.

  • Bix Noodles

    The police must stop wasting time arresting these feral pieces of subhuman vermin and just shoot them in their heads then leave the dead bodies where they fall. The black plague must be eradicated by executing them all. Kill every last one of them.

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