Police: Arrest made after man with pistol fired at officers near 34th and Greenfield
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police on Wednesday, May 6 announced an arrest after a shots fired incident near 34th Street and Greenfield Avenue that began Monday evening, May 4.
Police said shortly after 5 p.m., officers conducting an investigation in the area encountered a man who was armed with a pistol. When they tried to stop him, he fled — and a pursuit ensued. As officers gave chase, police said the man fired at them. No officers were injured, and police said officers did not return fire.
A man, 36, was arrested, police announced Wednesday, with charges being referred to the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office.
Anyone with any information was asked to please contact police at 414-935-7360 or Milwaukee Crime Stoppers via telephone at 414-224-TIPS.