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Police: Two shot, injured in two separate shooting incidents in Milwaukee

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MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are investigating two separate shooting incidents that occurred early Friday morning, August 5th.

The first shooting occurred in the area of 11th and Burnham around 1:15 a.m.

The investigation reveals that a confrontation took place between a 41-year-old woman and a 48-year-old man. At some point during the confrontation, the woman shot the male victim.

The shooting victim was taken to a local hospital and is being treated for a non-life threatening injury. The woman remained on the scene and the investigation is ongoing.

11th and Burnham

11th and Burnham

Milwaukee Police responded to a second unrelated shooting that occurred in the area of 42nd and North Avenue around 2:10 a.m.

Officials say the circumstances surrounding this shooting are still being investigated. The adult male victim is not being forthcoming with information at this point.

He was conveyed to a local hospital by an unknown person and is expected to survive the gunshot

42nd and North Avenue

42nd and North Avenue


  • Mark

    I’ve finally come around to the mindset that with all these fools apparently easily able to get guns, every citizen should arm themselves as well, just to even the playing field. Society has simply gone to hell.

    • Michael Neils

      Yup. You need your car to get to work, but they jack it. You get shot/shot at in a restaurant, gas station, the parks, the ATM, loading your groceries at the store, unloading our groceries at your home, parking lots of bars, your own home, waiting for a bus, it’s ridiculous. But the good hardworking folks are the ones who have to prove who they are, the intent of the gun, been a good citizen with no wants, warrants, record or crazy pills. Kind of a joke.

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