If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers at or submit a Web Tip .  You do not have to give your name.  CRIME STOPPERS will pay a cash reward of up to $1000 and you can remain anonymous. 

Crime of the Week
March 04, 2021

This week's Crime of the week is an outstanding cold case, a December 7, 2015 homicide of Thomas Elliott, gunned down in his own driveway on 42nd and Fairmount. A reward of up to $3500 is being offered in this case. Know Something? See Something? Heard Something? SAY IT HERE! Crime Stoppers wants your information...NOT your name! Connect with Crime Stoppers by phone at 414-224-TIPS, by downloading the P3 TIPS app to your smartphone, or go to www.P3TIPS.com. Remember, Crime Stoppers is anonymous...we don't want your name, just your information, and you may be eligible for a cash reward.
 
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Crime of the Week
February 25, 2021

STATUS: OPEN

A Milwaukee Lyft driver's quick thinking may have saved his life after two men tried to carjack him on Saturday night, Feb. 20. It was all caught on video you'll only see on CBS 58. 

As two passengers walked toward a Lyft driver's luxury car near 92nd and Brown Deer in Milwaukee, the driver didn't think twice. 

"I've had four years of doing this and I've had plenty pf passengers, thousands of passengers from all over the Milwaukee area, and until this incident I have never had any problems with any of them," said the Lyft driver.

Video shows a person get into the backseat, and someone else open the driver's door; two men attacked the driver holding what appeared to be a cellphone against his back -- pretending it was a gun. 

he Lyft driver said his background in martial arts immediately kicked in. 

"I didn't panic, I didn't go into a shutdown thing. I just reacted," the driver said. "I didn't know what the guy behind me had in his hand, I knew he grabbed my knife out of my pocket. So I didn't know what was next."

The Lyft driver tried to stall him by talking, until he could get to his gun hidden under the driver's seat. 

"The first guy I pulled the gun out on I had it about two feet away from his face because I had already pushed and punched him, and punched him away to back him away from the door," the driver said. "He threw his hands up in the air, started hollering and ran off."

The suspects left their car and house keys in the Lyft driver's back seat. The whole thing lasted about a minute. 

"The guy in the back, the guy in the front, neither of them had a very good plan," said the driver. 

By day he's an IT worker, but with a wife and five kids at home, he took this job four years ago to make extra money and to help people. 

"I lost a friend years ago to a drunk driver and that really impacted me quite a bit... try to help people late at night from making bad decisions which is one of the reasons I started doing this in the first place," the driver said. 

With a five-star rating, he says he wants to keep driving and hopes to let the rideshare community know about the dangers they face. 

"We just need to be more aware of our surroundings," the driver said. "I would like to see these guys obviously brought to justice and hopefully this will help accomplish that, hopefully someone will see them on camera and recognize them."

If you recognize the men in the video or know anything about this incident, you're urged to contact Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS or use the P3 Tips App. Your anonymous tip could lead to a cash reward. 

https://cbs58.com/news/crime-stoppers-crime-of-the-week-milwaukee-lyft-driver-armed-with-gun-saves-himself-from-carjacking 

 


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Crime of the Week
February 11, 2021

STATUS: OPEN

A local bar owner was killed on his way home from work. Now, his family and Milwaukee Crime Stoppers are hoping for any information that helps find the person responsible. 

Connie Jackson's family says he has been a Milwaukee bar owner for more than 20 years. He owned a bar on 12th and Wright called Uncle Bo's Penthouse. 

Police say he was leaving there around 2 a.m. on Jan. 29, to head home like he usually did. About a block away from home, near 22nd and Melvina, officials believe Jackson started talking to someone who may have tried to rob him. Jackson drove off; the suspect fired shots at Jackson's truck and one of the bullets hit him, causing him to crash. Jackson died at the scene. 

Investigators are asking anyone who may know anything about this crime to call Milwaukee Crime Stoppers with anonymous information. 

"Very unusual for this to happen to him. He wasn’t engaged in any type of activity that would promote this type of incident. We believe he was just a random victim that stumbled across the suspect on his way home from work," said Lt. Justin Carloni, Milwaukee Police Department.

If you know anything about Connie Jackson's death near North 22nd and Melvina on Jan. 29, you're urged to call 414-224-TIPS or use the P3 Tips App. Remember, your call can never been traced and no one will ever know who you are. If your tip leads to an arrest, you can get cash.  

https://cbs58.com/news/crime-stoppers-crime-of-the-week-milwaukee-bar-owner-shot-and-killed-on-way-home-from-work



Crime of the Week
January 14, 2021

Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week: 13-year-old girl killed by gunfire while riding in car. 

 Just nine days into 2021, reckless gunfire in Milwaukee led to a 13-year-old girl's death.

Now, Milwaukee Crime Stoppers is hoping you'll come forward with information that will put her killer behind bars. 

Nevaeha Ware was riding in the car with friends in the early morning hours of Jan. 9 near 65th and Congress.

That's when gunfire erupted and came into the car Ware was riding in.

Milwaukee police say they are still trying to figure out if the shots came from another car or somewhere nearby.

The people riding with Ware dropped her off at Aurora Hospital. Some stayed, some left.

Now, Milwaukee police say they need those who left and the rest of the community to tell what they know, anonymously. 

"The age of the victim in this case...we really encourage them to come forward and provide us with that information," said MPD Detective Michael Tanem. 

If you know anything about who shot this 13-year-old girl, connect with Milwaukee Crime Stoppers by calling 414-224-TIPS, download the P3 TIPS app to your smartphone, or go to www.P3TIPS.com and leave your information. 

Your call is always anonymous and if your tip leads to an arrest, you could get $1,000 cash.

https://cbs58.com/news/crime-stoppers-crime-of-the-week-13-year-old-girl-killed-by-gunfire-while-riding-in-car 

 



Crime of the Week
January 07, 2021

STATUS: OPEN
Well-known photographer gunned down outside Milwaukee lounge
Milwaukee Crime Stoppers are asking for help finding the person who killed a highly respected local professional. He was a well-known member of Milwaukee's community -- a photographer, father and husband, gunned down outside of a local lounge.
Now, Milwaukee Crime Stoppers is hoping you'll come forward to help solve this case. Robb Smith's wife says he was at Mr. J's Lounge on Fond du Lac Avenue Dec. 19. He stopped there on the way home from taking pictures at a Sweet 16 party. Around 1 a.m., police got to Mr. J's Lounge and found Smith laying on the ground. He'd been shot several times. The 32-year-old died a short time later. Zena Smith says their family has no answers and she's begging the community to come forward. "You have to come forward because it's just the right thing to do. As a community, we can't hold things like this in. We have to be able to say what we saw. We just have to know as a family what happened to Robb. We don't know if this was a robbery or a carjacking, he had a vehicle that was of interest to some people, but we are not exactly sure." Saw Something? Know Something? Heard Something? SAY IT HERE! If you know anything about what happened to Robb Smith on Dec. 19, or if you have information about any crime, call Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS. You can also use the P3 Tips app. Both are anonymous, and if your tip leads to an arrest, you could get a $1,000 reward. 
https://cbs58.com/news/crime-stoppers-crime-of-the-week-well-known-photographer-gunned-down-outside-milwaukee-lounge 



$20,000 Reward - Roniel Sylvester, Jr. Homicide
December 30, 2020


$20,000 REWARD! Crime Stoppers needs your assistance with the homicide on August 1, 2020 of Roniel Sylvester, Jr. At approximately 3 am, shots were fired into a residence on the 3400 block of N 47th Street, Milwaukee, striking and killing Roniel. Saw Something? Know Something? Heard Something? Say It Here! Connect with Crime Stoppers anonymously and you may be eligible for a cash reward! Connect by phone at 414-224-TIPS (8477), download the P3 Tips app on your smartphone or go to P3Tips.com. We don't want your name, just your information! https://urbanmilwaukee.com/.../help-catch-those.../
 


Crime of the Week
December 17, 2020

Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week: Family seeks answers in woman's 2018 shooting death

A heartbreaking case of a Milwaukee woman killed because she was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Her case is still unsolved and Milwaukee Crime Stoppers needs you to come forward with information. 

Around 2 p.m. on Aug. 8, 2018, Courtney Jones, 23, was dropping off her son at his father's house. She was sitting in her car in front of the house on North 35th and Clarke, when a group of suspects came from a gangway and started shooting. 

One bullet hit Jones and killed the young mother of two almost instantly. 

The suspects were shooting at other people in the area and hit Jones by mistake. Afterwards, they ran off and left little evidence behind. 

Jones' sister says she was a nurse who would do anything for anyone. She found out about her sister's death on Facebook Live. 

"We just want answers," said Courtisha Triblett, the victim's sister. "Anybody that know anything, we are at the point where we are begging, please, please, please come forward." 

If you know anything about the shooting that killed Jones on Aug. 8, 2018, call Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS. You can also use the P3 Tips App. Your identity is always anonymous and you could get $1,000 in cash if your tip leads to an arrest. 

https://cbs58.com/news/crime-stoppers-crime-of-the-week-family-seeks-answers-womans-2018-shooting-death

 



$10,000 Reward for Capture/Arrest of Theodore Edgecomb
October 28, 2020

$10,000 REWARD! Milwaukee Crime Stoppers is seeking your assistance for the capture and arrest of Theodore Edgecomb, charged in the senseless homicide of well-known immigration lawyer Jason Cleereman.  Saw something?  Heard something? Know something? Say It Here..Anonymously!  Connect with Crime Stoppers anonymously to leave your information by calling 414-224-TIPS (8477) or use the P3 Tips app on your smartphone and you may be eligible for a reward up $10,000 depending on your information.  For the full story, click on this CBS 58 article: https://cbs58.com/news/on-the-run-milwaukee-man-charged-in-fatal-shooting-of-attorney-jason-cleereman

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Crime of the Week
October 22, 2020

Milwaukee man shot outside home during attempted robbery

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A Milwaukee man was nearly killed sitting in front of his own home, and if you know anything about it, Milwaukee Crime Stoppers needs you to step up.

It was 11 in the morning on Oct. 9, when a man was sitting in his car on S. 12th Street and W. Arthur.

A man with a gun came up to the window and demanded money, but the victim couldn't understand him because he doesn't speak English. 

Out of frustration, the suspect shot him, twice.

"When he couldn't comply because he didn't understand what was being asked, the suspect brazenly pulled out a gun and fired two rounds, striking him twice," said MPD Captain Craig Sarnow. "It's a case that's played out far too often in our city this year."

If you know anything about this shooting,call Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS. You can also use the P3 Tips App.

Your call is always anonymous, and if your tip leads to an arrest, you could get a cash reward.

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Crime of the Week
October 15, 2020

Man and his dog shot while sitting in car near 5th and Chambers

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Imagine sitting in the car in front of your house, and all of a sudden someone shoots you and your pets. It happened to a Milwaukee man this week, and now police need your help to find out who did it. 

It was the middle of the day on Monday, Oct. 12, police say the 43-year-old was sitting in his car near 5th and Chambers. His two dogs were in the car with him. 

Police say bullets pierced through his windows, hitting both the man and one of his dogs in the neck. 

"The victim in this case doesn't appear to have been doing anything nefarious, and we don't believe he was the intended target. We've seen this again and again play out far too often in our city, particularly this year, in what has kind of been an unprecedented year of violence I think we can all agree," said Milwaukee Police Department Captain Craig Sarnow, 

The victim is doing OK, but the dog is struggling to survive. 

Call 414-224-TIPS if you know anything about this homicide. You can also use the P3 Tips App. Both ways are anonymous. Again, there's a $5,000 reward if your tip leads to an arrest.

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Crime of the Week
October 01, 2020

Women robbed at gunpoint near Brady and Astor

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Two women walking out of a bar on a Saturday night held up at gunpoint need your help finding the man who threatened their lives. 

The women say a man attacked them on Saturday, Aug. 29 as they were walking out of a bar on Brady Street and Astor.

It was around 12:20 in the morning.

They started walking to their cars as a man started chatting with them.

He followed them and as they tried to say goodbye, he forced his way into the car, held them up at gunpoint, took their purses and made them go to an ATM to withdraw more money.

He threatened to kill them if they didn't give him what he wanted.

"He produced a firearm, made demands of them, and as the event was wrapping up, indicated stealing their belongings and their cash that he knew where they lived, where their families lived," said MPD Sgt. Adam Grochowski. "By eliminating, so by providing a tip to Crime Stoppers, we believe that a critical tip about this suspect's identity will bring justice and possibly help keep other victims from being robbed as well."

If you know anything about this case, call Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS. It's all anonymous, and if your tip leads to an arrest, you could get a cash reward.  

https://cbs58.com/news/crime-stoppers-crime-of-the-week-women-robbed-at-gunpoint-near-brady-and-astor

 

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Crime of the Week
September 10, 2020

Suspect shot 14-year-old in random act near 37th and Vliet

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Two teenagers walking home from the park were shot by a total stranger and now Milwaukee Crime Stoppers is hoping your tip can help solve the crime. 

It was around 10 p.m. on June 29, when Milwaukee police say a 14-year-old and his brother were headed to Washington Park in the 3700 block of West Vliet. The man in front of them accused them of following him. 

Words were exchanged and then the man shot the 14-year-old in the shoulder. 

Surveillance captured the suspect in a nearby convenient store, but other than that, police don't have any leads. 

"We've had a number of cases and even some that we've profiled through Crime Stoppers that have juvenile victims," said Captain Craig Sarnow, Milwaukee Police Department. "The victim in this case says he didn't even know who this individual was." 

If you know anything about this shooting, you're asked to contact Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS. Your call is always anonymous. If your tip leads to an arrest, you could get a cash reward. 

https://cbs58.com/news/crime-stoppers-crime-of-the-week-suspect-shot-14-year-old-in-random-act-near-37th-and-vliet


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Reward Increased to $100,000 for Info on Tay Jackson Homicide
August 25, 2020

Milwaukee Crime Stoppers is participating with Michael Hupy of Hupy and Abraham in offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person(s) involved in the murder of Tay Jackson. Provide your information anonymously by connecting with Milwaukee Crime Stoppers by phone at 414-224-TIPS (8477) or by downloading the P3 Tips app to your smartphone. See something? Know something? Hear something? Say It Here...anonymously!
 

Twenty-year-old Tay Jackson was killed near Milwaukee's Moody Park one year ago on Aug. 25.

Even at her young age, she had built a legacy as a worker for peace in her neighborhood.

On Tuesday, her relatives, friends and neighbors gathered at the park on what they're calling "Tay Day," to honor her memory and her giving spirit.

Tuesday's event also included an announcement that the reward for information leading to her killer was being raised from $25,000 to $100,000.

Another local activist, Vaun Mayes, paid tribute to Jackson's selflessness.

"We had an event that focused on artists. She never once said I'm an artist, I rap, I sing, I do this or that. So she never once put herself in position to highlight those things, she just wanted to help. And that says a lot."

There's a fundraiser to revitalize Moody Park in honor of Tay Jackson. 

Anyone with information regarding Tay Jackson's homicide is asked to contact Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS. If you provide real information that leads to her killer's arrest, you could be eligible for the $100,000 reward.

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Crime of the Week
August 13, 2020

31-year-old man shot dead while driving near 32nd and Fairmount

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A shooting on Father's Day in Milwaukee that left a man dead is still unsolved. Now, his sister is asking you to come forward with information to help find her brother's killer.

It was around 2:30 a.m. June 21, when police say Dieria Walton Stokes was driving near 32nd and West Fairmount, and someone shot at his vehicle multiple times. Paramedics tried to save him but the 31-year-old died. 

The only evidence was casings left behind. There were no witnesses or surveillance video.

The victim's sister, LaTonya Stokes, said he hated guns and had a dream of opening a group home to help the elderly.

"If anybody has any idea, any information to come forth to help us find out who killed my brother. It was my brother this time but it could be someone else’s cousin... it has to stop," Stokes said. 

If you know anything about the shooting that killed Dieria Walton Stokes on June 21 on 32nd and Fairmount, call Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414 -224-TIPS. Your call is always anonymous.

https://cbs58.com/news/crime-stoppers-crime-of-the-week-31-year-old-man-shot-dead-while-driving-near-32nd-and-fairmount

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Crime of the Week
August 06, 2020

$20K reward offered for information in homicide of Riverwest activist

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A local activist shot and killed in broad daylight has shocked the Riverwest community.

Now, people from all over the country are supporting him by donating anonymously to Milwaukee Crime Stoppers to help bring his killer to justice.

Now there is a near $20,000 reward for anyone who comes forward with information.

Milwaukee police say moments after the suspect was seen walking near Bremen and Wright, they shot Bernell Trammell and killed him.

"This was an execution, you walk up behind somebody, stand approximately six feet away, approaches him from the back, fires several rounds in his direction, killing him and then just walking away," said MPD Captain Craig Sarnow. "It's an execution style homicide."

Crews tried to save 60-year-old Tremmell, but he died on scene. 

Surveillance captured images of the suspect riding away from the scene on a bike.

"It is a very distinct outfit, very distinct bicycle, the individual we believe is a male has a very distinct walk and is familiar with the area and the community," said Reggie Moore of the Office of Violence Prevention. "Somebody out there knows who he is. "i think it's important that justice is found in this case. Bernell was someone who was known in the community. Many people saw him around standing for different causes and regardless for the reason of this heinous crime, this was a public assassination in broad daylight."

The shooting happened right outside of Trmmell's business, where he made his religious and political beliefs clear, including his support for President Donald Trump.

While many fear this could be a motive, police still don't know for sure.

"Regardless of what he stood for, no individual in this community deserves to be harmed and killed in this way."

Many in the community have raised their concerns about this homicide.

Since July 23, when it happened, anonymous tips have flooded Milwaukee Crime Stoppers' phone line.

Now, investigators are hoping a nearly $20,000 reward will motivate the community even more to call 414-224-8477 or use the P3 Tips app.

"The Office of Violence Prevention is glad that Milwaukee Crime Stoppers exists and was started because it's critically important that people feel they can provide information safely," said Moore. "We know that healing in our city moves at the speed of justice and so to the degree that the individuals involved in this assassination can be brought to justice, the sooner that can happen, the better."

https://www.cbs58.com/news/mpd-seeking-suspect-for-riverwest-homicide

https://www.cbs58.com/news/crime-stoppers-crime-of-the-week-20k-reward-offered-for-information-in-homicide-of-riverwest-activist

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Crime of the Week
July 30, 2020

Milwaukee man shot multiple times while driving to work

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- It's supposed to be a day of celebration, but for one Milwaukee man, the Fourth of July turned dangerous after he was shot multiple times by a stranger.

Milwaukee police say a 59-year-old man was headed to work around 9:30 in the morning.

He was driving near the 2700 block of N. 27th St. when he almost rear ended another driver.

That driver then followed him for six blocks and fired five shots into the car.

The man who was shot is okay, but investigators need help finding out who was in the dark-colored minivan and opened fire.

"It was last seen going eastbound on Center Street from 27th, so someone out there may know something, may have heard something, may have heard any of these individuals talking about it," said MPD Captain Craig Sarnow.

If you have any information about this shooting, call Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS. Your call is always anonymous. 

If your tip leads to an arrest, you could receive a cash reward.

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Crime of the Week
July 23, 2020

Man shot, carjacked during Facebook Marketplace meet-up

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A Milwaukee man was trying to sell a car online, but when he met the buyers they shot him. Now, Milwaukee Crime Stoppers needs your help bringing them to justice. 

It was July 11 when the man arranged to meet three men who offered to by his minivan from Facebook Marketplace. He met around 4:30 p.m. near South Howell and Howard Avenues. That's when one of the suspects pulled out a gun and shot him in the stomach. 

All three of them then stole his car and left. The 20-year-old victim is doing OK. 

A surveillance picture captured the suspects in a stolen red minivan with front-end damage, two different rims and a hanging mirror. 

"Facebook Marketplace is obviously a great place to buy and sell items, but I would encourage everybody that if you do decide to use that, to make sure you go to a public place, such as a police station, grocery store parking lot, maybe a shopping mall parking lot, and conduct your business there," said MPD Captain Craig Sarnow."

If you know anything about the robbery and shooting on Milwaukee's south side, call Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS. Your call is always anonymous. You can also use the P3 Tips App. If your tip leads to an arrest you could get a reward. 

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Crime of the Week
July 16, 2020

18-year-old shot dead in Washington Park

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- An 18-year-old was found shot to death in Washington Park. There were no witnesses and no suspects. Milwaukee Crime Stoppers needs you to come forward with information. 

It was March 17, around 8:30 p.m., when Milwaukee police got a ShotSpotter call for a shooting at Washington Park. They followed a blood trail that led them to the lagoon. Once there, they found 18-year-old Winfred Jackson dead in the water.

There was little physical evidence; only a few bullet casings were left behind. 

Jackson's family says he loved basketball and planned to join the army. Now, they need your help to figure out who shot the young man multiple times to death. 

"In a case like this, looking at it now several months later with no investigative leads, we are probably going to need that tip from Crime Stoppers to make this case, to get a break in the case so to speak. So that's why it's important for anyone that has information to let us know," said Captain Craig Sarnow, Milwaukee Police Department. 

If you have information about who shot Jackson to death, you're asked to call Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS. Your call is always anonymous and you could get up to a $1,000 reward if your tip leads to an arrest. 

*** UPDATE 08/20/2020 ***

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Winfred Jackson, an 18-year-old, was found dead in Washington Park five months ago. Now, the community has come together to make the reward for his killer(s) arrest even bigger by partnering with Milwaukee Crime Stoppers to offer $5,000 to the person who comes forward. 

"We want to get this criminal off the streets. Because you know the way he did it, he shot him multiple times and threw him in the river. That’s like throwing a dog in the river," said Debra Jackson, victim's step mother. 

Winfred Jackson's parents say before he was killed on March 17, he was planning to join the army, but that was cut short. They're hoping someone comes forward to help give them closure and the community peace of mind. 

"What would it mean for someone to come forward and say what they know through Crime Stoppers? It would mean the world to me to put this thing to rest. It's been five months and it still seems like yesterday," said Winfred Samuels Sr., victim's father. "Somebody knows something and we would really appreciate help because this same person is out here and he could do this to somebody else's child."

Call 414-224-TIPS if you know anything about this homicide. You can also use the P3 Tips App. Both ways are anonymous. Again, there's a $5,000 reward if your tip leads to an arrest. 

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Crime of the Week
July 09, 2020

FBI offers $5K reward to find suspect who fatally shot teen

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) --The FBI is offering a $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect involved in a homicide of a 16-year-old girl in Milwaukee. You can help by calling Milwaukee Crime Stoppers anonymously. 

 

Milwaukee police say on Tuesday, June 30, at approximately 10:30 p.m., 16-year-old Qunyonce Louis-Moore was walking with two friends in an alley when shots rang out. 

The group started running but Louis-Moore's friends noticed she wasn't with them. They went back and found her lying on the ground and stayed with her until paramedics arrived. 

Louis-Moore died, leaving behind a 1-year-old daughter. 

"We would really like to find out who the suspect is in this case and bring them to justice... before they cause more pain, more trauma to our community and to another family,' said Captain Craig Sarnow, Milwaukee Police Department. 

If you have any information regarding this incident please contact Milwaukee police at 414-935-7360 or Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS or P3 Tips App for cash reward.

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Crime of the Week
June 25, 2020

Suspect wanted after 2 found dead in running car

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The trail to find out who committed a double murder in a quiet Milwaukee neighborhood has gone cold, and if you know anything about it, Crime Stoppers needs your help.

It was almost midnight on Oct. 1 of 2019 -- that's when Milwaukee police got a call from a concerned neighbor in the 4100 block of N. 70th Street. 

A car was in the middle of the street, running, with the doors open.

Investigators arrived and found two men dead inside, 27-year-old Kentrell Toliver and 44-year-old Layton Lewis.

Both had been shot multiple times.

It looks like a drug deal gone wrong, but investigators say no matter what the circumstances, justice needs to be served.

"This is the Capitol Heights neighborhood in Milwaukee, we don't get a lot of calls for service, let alone anything," said Milwaukee Police Captain Craig Sarnow. "There were people at home, but nobody saw anything."

If you know anything about this double homicide, call Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS.

You can also use the P3 Tips app available in the app store.

Your call is always anonymous and you could get a cash reward if your tip leads to an arrest.

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