MILWAUKEE – Seven people were wounded Wednesday when a car pulled up to a crowd of about 100 mourners gathering for a funeral on Milwaukee’s north side and someone inside the vehicle opened fire.
Seven people were wounded in a shooting at a Milwaukee funeral home on Wednesday, CBS affiliate WDJT-TV reports. All seven victims were hospitalized and are in stable condition, according to police.
Attendees of a funeral were gathered outside Serenity Funeral Home when someone opened fire from a vehicle, police said. The victims ranged in age from 20-48 years old.
According to WDJT, the funeral was for Braxton Taylor, 26, who was shot and killed September 26. Police are looking into whether the shooting was targeted at the funeral, but have no known motive.
Police are searching for an unknown suspect and said they do not know how many people were inside the vehicle. Acting Milwaukee Police Department Chief Michael Brunson said the department is “working feverishly” to figure who is behind the shooting.
“This is an untenable situation,” Brunson said at a news conference. “This brazen
Seven people were wounded in a shooting at a funeral service for a homicide victim in Milwaukee on Wednesday afternoon, authorities said.
Acting Milwaukee Police Chief Michael Brunson said the victims were in stable condition at a nearby hospital.
The wounded included three women and four men, and they ranged in age from 20 to 48, according to the police.
About 100 mourners had gathered before gunfire erupted from a car that pulled up to the Serenity Funeral Home, The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.
The Milwaukee Police Department said cops responded to the hail of bullets around 12:45 p.m. local time. The funeral home sits on the 4200 block of
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