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5 shot in Milwaukee after fight; woman arrested

Milwaukee Police say they have arrested a woman who was also the fifth shooting victim near 13th and Fiebrantz.

Five people are recovering from gunshot wounds after a fight escalated into gunfire, according to Milwaukee police. According to police, the shooting started at 8:14 pm on N 13th Street, near Fiebrantz. Three men, ages 25, 26 and 31, along with a woman, 67 were wounded. All four are expected to survive. When asked about whether anyone is in custody, Milwaukee police Capt. Warren Allen responded, “we know who we’re looking for.” Just before midnight, Milwaukee Police said there was a fifth shooting victim, a 26-year-old woman who was taken to a hospital and treated for her injuries. Police added that this fifth shooting victim was also arrested and charges are pending from the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office. The investigation is ongoing.

Five people are recovering from gunshot wounds after a fight escalated into gunfire, according to Milwaukee police.

According to police, the shooting started at 8:14 pm on N 13th Street, near Fiebrantz. Three men, ages 25, 26 and 31, along with a woman, 67 were wounded. All four are expected to survive.

When asked about whether anyone is in custody, Milwaukee police Capt. Warren Allen responded, “We know who we’re looking for.”

Just before midnight, Milwaukee Police said there was a fifth shooting victim, a 26-year-old woman who was taken to a hospital and treated for her injuries. Police added that this fifth shooting victim was also arrested and charges are pending from the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office.

The investigation is ongoing.