Argument leads to deadly triple shooting
One woman is dead and two other women are injured after an argument led to a shooting near North 85th Street and West Grantosa Drive on Wednesday night, according to Milwaukee police. Police said an argument between a man and a woman turned physical, and family tried to intervene. The man started shooting, hitting three women, ages 41, 23 and 21. Police said the 41-year-old woman suffered serious injuries and died at the scene. Family members identified her as Sonya Collins. They told WISN 12 News that she was trying to break up a fight between her daughter and her daughter's boyfriend. The investigation is on-going but police said they know who they are searching for.
Middletown ’s Iguanas Ranas owners make tough choice to close. 6. Residents moved, all safe after fire at East Hampton health care facility. Baker, officials address RMV response after fatal NH crash Media: KC Downey Gov. Charlie Baker and Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack said the
+ A Winnipeg man is dead after an argument in a back lane over a boat led to an assault. Winnipeg police say Calvin Chan, 66, and a neighbour were trying to back a boat into a garage on Albina Way near Burrows Avenue Saturday at noon.
One person is dead after an argument over fireworks turned violent in Middletown.
Middletown police responded to the 2100 block of Arlington Avenue just after 10:30 Friday night after receiving a call that a person had been stabbed.
Officers found that Carlton Brock, 41, of Hamilton, had been stabbed in the alley behind Arlington Avenue. Brock was transported to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
According to police, Kenneth Roesch, 36, had been setting off fireworks near the rear of his home on Arlington Avenue when he was confronted by Brock, who was upset by the fireworks.
Police seize 5,000 pounds of fireworks from illegal seller
Fireworks are not legal in Los Angeles County.
An Austin teenager is dead after police said he was shot during an argument over fireworks in the early morning hours of July 4.
A Memphis man was arrested after police say he shot and killed another man over . Two other witnesses identified the shooter as Willie Wilson and stated they heard the pair arguing over money just moments before the incident. This man popped the question during an Indiana fireworks display.
Police said that the men got into an altercation and Roesch stabbed Brock several times in the upper torso.
Roesch has been charged with murder, and his first court appearance will be Monday morning at Middletown Municipal Court.
Anyone with additional information regarding this case should contact Detective Mynhier of the Middletown police at 513-425-7720.
CHECK OUT WLWT:
Family still hoping four years after Middletown woman vanished.
MIDDLETOWN -- Four years have passed- but a Middletown family is still left wondering why after their loved one, Nina Coe, went missing in 2016. On Sunday, her family held a vigil in her honor hoping to remind the community of her disappearance. The years have passed, but the pain remains for the family of Nina Coe, a Middletown resident who went missing on July 16th of 2015. “I just miss her like crazy, even the days go by it’s been four years and it still hurts like crazy,” her sister Dale Ocelik said. “Every Tuesday and Thursday, I sit by the phone to hope that I would hear her voice and that maybe she’s just missing but she’s not,” her brother Adam Plourde said.