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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. now at seven --- unrest in milwaukee. we're following breaking news after a night of violence in the city. it all started saturday afternoon -- with an officer involved shooting in people took to the streets -- looting local businesses... and starting multiple fires. milwaukee police tell us several people were taken into custody throughout the night. today -- officials say they are upping patrols. we're taking a look at the aftermath of what was the center of the chaos last night. this is the b-p gas station that was set on fire near sherman and auer -- you can see, it's completely charred. and the story is still breaking this morning -- as violence continued throughout the night. we have team coverage --
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developments. julie collins is live at sherman park -- with the aftermath. angelica duria leads off our team coverage from 35th and burleigh with how it all began. much calmer scene compared to 8-10 hours ago. it was a very busy night for both milwaukee police and firefighters - after fires, looting, and riots hours ago. it was a very busy night for both milwaukee police and firefighters - after fires, looting, and riots erupt on the city's north side. rollvo: shortly after midnight barrett held a news conference.. this started after a very violent start to the weekend starting friday night -- nine shootings - five homicides. all within a matter of hours. and what may have sparked it all - a fatal officer-involved
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afternoon. milwaukee police say a 23 year old man was shot and killed by a police officer following a traffic stop. two suspects fled on foot and officers chased after them. one suspect had a gun - and when he was did not follow order to drop the weapon - the officer fired the suspect in the chest and arm... and later died. mayor tom barrett says several hours after that shooting - violence erupted near sherman and auer. fire. two police squads had windows broken out -- and officer was injured and sent to the hospital when his windshield was broken. police say the b-p gas station at sherman and burleigh was then set on fire. this is the same gas station that has been linked to a fatal shooting and protests earlier this summer. three people were inside when the fire was set - they were able to escape uninjured. at least three other fires were set blocks
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harris bank branch -- all destroyed by fire. firefighters couldn't get to the fires right away because of safety concerns. there reports of people throwing rocks and bricks at them. and even shots fired in the area. mayor barrett and milwaukee police held a news conference around midnight during the the middle of the unrest -- and says police are doing everything they can to restore order. barrett: "we have a strong police presence, do everything we can and make sure order is destroyed in this very very good neighborhood. 30 40 50 yrs they deserve to live in a safe neighborhood we are going to do everyti possible." harpole: "it's really important to know that the neighborhood itself where the shooting occurred is not the source of the individuals that arrived. individuals themselves came from other places, neighborhood itself, block this occurred on very calm, neighbors were respectful courteous and polite, did not interfere and helpful with information as
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at last report - mayor barrett says three arrests have been made from the protests. after that news conference - at least two other fires occurred. mjm liquor store at 22nd and fond du lac. reports of looting at 48th and burleigh. you may wonder why police chief ed flynn was not at the news co for a family funeral. but back here in milwaukee - again - a much calmer scene this morning. milwaukee police say order has been restored. but of course - now - they'll be dealing with the aftermath, cleanup and investigation. reporting live in milwaukee - angelica
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as angelica mentioned, the ?overnight violence ?escalated after an officer shot and killed an armed man. milwaukee police say two officers stopped two suspects in a car around 3-30 yesterday afternoon near 44th and auer. the suspects then ran. one officer chased a suspect who had a gun -- and then shot him twice, once in the chest and once in the arm. police say the suspect who died - a 23-year-old milwaukee man - stolen gun. the officer involved is 24-years-old and is a six-year-veteran of the force. he has been placed on administrative duty while the state investigates. mayor barrett says the officer was wearing a body camera and it was operating at the time. violence ?escalated after that shooting. fox six's ashley sears walks us through the timeline of the events.
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after violent friday night-- 9 shootings--5 homicides-- 46:03 its too much. saturday afternoon-- another--tense situation-- at the scene of an officer involved shooting. 00:07 our officers are out here taking risks on behalf of the community and making split second decisions. tension rising--- soon to become a scene milwaukee has not seen before. at first bricks fly. a milwuakee police officer struck in the head, after o his squad car's window. and then--- the fires start. first a b-p gas station near sherman and auer. firefighters could not put out the flames, after reports of gun fire. as it burned, news--- other businesses would be lost. a b-mo harris bank at 36th and fond du lac as well as a beauty shop. as saturday--- turned into sunday--- reports of more fires--- looting--- and shots fired. 42:50 we are asking every resident of this community to
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to help us restore order. as city leaders plead for calm--- others plead for change. 23:26 the black people of milwaukee are tired. their tired of living under this oppression. this is their existence. a city whose issues may have been brewing, and leading to events that have changed some lives forever. 21:15 our community is in pain. reporting in milwaukee, ashley sears fox 6 news. clean up the damage done in last night's unrest. but a rift that might take even longer to heal -- the damage done to the community living there. fox6's julie collins is live near sherman and burleigh with how city leader's are calling for unity. police and community relations is a national problem...weve seen
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rollvo: shortly after midnight barrett held a news conference.. several aldermen joined the mayor last night at a news conference to talk about the unrest in the city. all agreed that its time to work together to restore order and calm to the city. alderman russell community is in pain and the people are hurting. he says he was fighting back tears because he loves the 15th district, the sherman park area -- the place he grew up. he added the burning of property is a cry of helplessness from the people who have lived through the racial divides that plague this city. alderman khalif rainey also said no one can deny that the city has racial issues. rainey: "the city have watched
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park, for murder at the gas station, shooting from the gas station owner at children, this entire community has sat back and witnesses how milwaukee wi has become the worst place to live for african americans in the entire country." stamper: "we're going to put resources in this budget, i'm gonna finance, resources in this budget, the cgbd is gonna work towards organizing this neighborhoods, involving the pastors, yes the pasto big part of this community. they are the strength of the community we are gonna partner with people who wanna make a difference. thank you very much." both alderman ended by saying god bless this city -- they
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safer place. the coalition 4 justice tweeting out "riot is the language of the unheard." -- a doctor martin luther king junior quote. they say they will meet at sherman park this morning at 8 to "pray, clean and hit the streets." that's the very latest live from milwaukee police district 1 -- julie collins. fox 6 news. thanks julie the tension... palpable out there overnight. many fed up with the violence a others angry at the police. fox 6's brad hicks... with this straight talk from the street. bh there's a lot of anger out here and i want you to talk about that man. i want to hear what's going on because people are pissed off. c people is fed up in this black community man. we're tired of our people being murdered and nothing's really being done about it. this has been going on for years. this is no new phenomenon. this has been happening.
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each time one of these things happens. c man, i'm in pain. i'm hurting. everytime something like this happens i'm hurting man. i'm tired of this happening man. i'm sick of them thinking they can just kill us with impunity man. and nothing's gonna be done about it. you all gonna sit up here and clean this up . i already know it's going to get cleaned up. bh what do you mean by that? c i mean the police gonna get off like they always get off. this is painful for us to have to be watching the be protecting us, the very people who are supposed to depend on to protect and serve are the very people who are out here killing us. but you know what - it's not going to happen to you or that man cuz you got the right complexion. bh so you're living in fear. c yes, i'm living in fear. we're living in fear.at the corner of 38th and burleigh.... brad hicks.... fox 6 news. the scenes of the damage done overnight are devastating. you can see them all -- and see the full press conference from city leaders calling for unity on our website. just go to fox 6
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as we head to break we're taking a look at more of the carnage
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night. we're taking a look at the bmo harris bank near 36th and fond du lac -- as crews work to put out the flames after it was set on fire. we'll continue to follow this breaking
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welcome back -- we continue to follow breaking news as violence broke out across the city last night. this is the destruction at jet beauty supply -- near 35th and burleigh. that's just one of the several businesses targeted by vandals and angry crowds last night. take a look at this-- early in the evening, milwaukee police tweeting out this picture -- showing just one of the m-p-d squad cars damaged by crowds. milwaukee district attorney john chisholm says what happened last night -- makes him angry. obviously from moment we were notified of ois we've been engaged in making the investigation is done correctly and assisting in any way we can. thoughts? i'm extremely angry with the behavior of some individuals and there is
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that. message for the city? order is being restored and we ask every citizen to do what the majority of them do do which is maintain peace maintain order, take care of yourselves in your neighbors, do so in what reflects the best of mke and not what we are seeing tonight." the violent weekend started friday night with nine homicides...all within a matter of hours. friday around six p-m, police say a 33 - year -old- man was driving south on sherman when he was shot causing his car to collide with another car. the man who was shot was taken to the hospital, where he died. and around one yesterday morning a robbery-related shooting near 23rd and state claims the lives of two men -- a 21-year-old and 23-year old. then about an hour and a half later -- police say a fight near 40th and fond du lac spills into the parking lot where two men -- a 34-year-
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year- old woman and 30 -year- old man were also injured. mayor tom barrett says the government and the community need to work together to get to the root of the violence issue. "it happened way too often it happens because there are too many guns. it happens because there are too many people who dont know how to solve their problems without resorting to violence it happens because there are drugs in this community and because the gun laws are too lax in this state right now." the garden homes neighborhood as part of his 100 miles in 100 days effort. it's where he gets first hand information from community members about the good and bad things happening. milwaukee police also investigating a stabbing homicide -- this one happening around ten o'clock last night near 29th and lisbon. we're told a 23-year-old man was stabbed during a dispute with a male suspect. the victim was taken to the hospital where he later died. at this
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craig koplien today: partly sunny. high: 82 wind: sw 4-8 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 66 wind: sw 2-6 mph monday: partly sunny. high: 80 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: partly to mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers. high: 80 tuesday: partly to mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers. tonight: partly cloudy. low: 66 wind: sw 2-6 mph monday: partly sunny. high: 80 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: partly to mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers. high: 80 high: 80 wind: se 5-10 mph
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showers.
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with a slight chance of showers. high: 80 as we head to break we're looking at just one of the terrifying scenes from last night. cars were lit on fire dangerously close to a gas station. stick with us as we continue to monitor this
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we are monitoring breaking news. this is a live look at the b-p on sherman and burleigh -- the gas station was lit on fire last night. the night of violence started
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shooting saturday afternoon near 44th and auer. we'll continue to
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she likes gymnastics, swimming and reading. there's cake and ice cream for adelyn in kewaskum. she likes animals, swimming and she loves her family. it's time for arrtavius arr-tay-vius in milwaukee to blow out the candles.he likes basketball, t-ball and wrestling with his little brother. to find out how to wish your child a happy sixth birthday on fox six wake up news - just log on to "fox six now dot com" - for all the details before we head to break we're taking a look at the scene of the violent disturbance near 35th and fond du lac. a fire was set at o'reilly autoparts. chaos sparked after an officer-involved shooting yesterday afternoon.
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now at 7:30 --- we're continue to follow breaking news after a night of violence in the city. it all started saturday afternoon -- with an officer
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people took to the streets -- looting local businesses... and starting multiple fires. milwaukee police tell us several people were taken into custody throughout the night. today -- officials say they are upping patrols. and the story is still breaking this morning -- as violence continued throughout the night. we have team coverage -- bringing you the latest developments. julie collins is live at sherman and burleigh -- with the aftermath of that destruction. angelica duria leads off our team coverage from 35th and burleigh with how it all began. working around the clock to restore order -- after protests turned to riots, fires and looting on the city's
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in the sherman park neighborhood. the is a result of a very violent start to the weekend starting friday night -- nine shootings - five homicides. all within a matter of hours. and what may have sparked it all - a fatal officer-involved shooting near 44th and auer yesterday milwaukee police say a 23 year old armed milwaukee man was shot and killed by a police officer following a traffic stop. two suspects fled on foot and officers chased after them. one suspect had a gun - and when he was did not follow order to drop the weapon - the officer fired the suspect in the chest and arm... and later died. mayor tom barrett says several hours after that shooting - violence erupted near sherman park. at least one vehicle was set on fire. two police squads had windows
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to the hospital when his windshield was broken. police say the b-p gas station at sherman and burleigh was then set on fire. this is the same gas station that has been linked to a fatal shooting and protests earlier this summer. at least three other fires were set blocks away -- an o'reilly auto parts store, jet beauty salon, and bmo harris bank branch -- all destroyed by fire. police say firefighters couldn't get to the fires right away because of gunshots. at least five fires erupted overnight. bus h dumpsters in the middle of the streets. hundreds of protesters were seen near sherman park neighborhood - police wearing riot gear trying to restore order to the area. mayor barrett and milwaukee police held a news conference around midnight during the the middle of the unrest -- clearly upset -- and pleading with the public for calm. barrett: "this is a situation where we are asking every resident of this community to do everything they can to help us restore order, and this is pointed directly at parents of young people you can see in the video, if you
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call them, pull em by the ears, and get em home." mayor barrett says social media may have played a role in the violence. apparently - individuals took to facebook telling others to congregate near sherman park. all police re used right now - officers working overtime, those who had the day off were called in. the milwuakee county sheriff's office also assisting to restore order and keep people safe. at last report, around midnight - barrett says three arrests have been made from the protests. reporting live in milwaukee - angelica duria - fox 6 news.
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?overnight violence ?escalated after an officershot and killed an armed man. milwaukee police say two officers stopped two suspects in a car around 3-30 yesterday afternoon near 44th and auer. the suspects then fled on foot. one officer chased a suspect who had a gun -- and then shot him twice, once in the chest and arm. police say the suspect who died - a 23-year-old milwaukee man - has a lengthy criminal record and the gun w a previous burglary where 500 rounds of ammunition were also stolen. the officer involved is a six-year-veteran and has been placed on administrative duty while the state investigates. mayor barrett says the officer was wearing a body camera and it was operating at the time. the anger.. the fires.. the looting... it ?escalated as evening came over the city of milwaukee. fox six's ashley sears takes us through the timeline of events... which actually started ramping up during a
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emotions run high-- after violent friday night-- 9 shootings--5 homicides-- 46:03 its too much. saturday afternoon-- another--tense situation-- at the scene of an officer involved shooting. 00:07 our officers are out here taking risks on behalf of the community and making split second decisions. tension rising--- soon to become a scene milwaukee has not seen before. police officer struck in the head, after one goes through his squad car's window. and then--- the fires start. first a b-p gas station near sherman and auer. firefighters could not put out the flames, after reports of gun fire. as it burned, news--- other businesses would be lost. a b-mo harris bank at 36th and fond du lac as well as a beauty shop. as saturday--- turned into sunday--- reports of more
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42:50 we are asking every resident of this community to do everything they can to help us restore order. as city leaders plead for calm--- others plead for change. 23:26 the black people of milwaukee are tired. their tired of living under this oppression. this is their existence. a city whose issues may have been brewing, and leading to events that have changed some lives forever. 21:15 our community is in pain. reporting in milwau sears fox 6 news. it will take a long time to clean up the damage done in last night's unrest. but a rift that might take even longer to heal -- the damage done to the community living there. fox6's julie collins is live at sherman and burleigh with how city leaders are calling for unity. there is a strong police presence throughout the city
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the city saw unrest and riots on the north side. rollvo: shortly after midnight barrett held a news conference.. during that chaos the mayor hl alderman joined in to discuss what they can do it make this city a safer place. the words "we need to restore order and calm" were repeated several times among all the city leaders. alderman khalif rainey, who represents the sherman park area talked about the african american people being tired of the unjustice they live here in milwaukee. he says the violence the city saw last night was not justified however, the racism in the city needs to rectified. alderman ashanti
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"our city is in turmoil tonight, we all have to work together to restore a sense of calm to this neighborhood. we are calling on everything to do what they possibly can to help restore calm in these neighborhoods. we understand the frustration that many people feel with the police community relations situation that's happening nationally. what we want to do is be able to gather the info. when we get some info we are going to share it with the public there is nothing to hide. we wanna make sure all info is going out to people in a timely manner. we have to go through the process
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alderman hamilton ended with a call to action -- asking parents and guardians and others in the neighborhoods to participate in restoring the order to the
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the coalition 4 justice tweeting out "riot is the language of the unheard." -- a doctor martin luther king junior quote. they say they will meet at sherman park this morning at 8 to "pray, clean and hit the streets." that's the very latest live from milwaukee police district 1 -- julie collins. fox 6 news. thanks julie it will take days to add up all the damage from the fire and looting overnight. the aftermath of the anger is evident. but others are angry it even happened. fox 6's brad hicks... with more straight talk from the street. the gas station is devastated. obviously it's a total loss. that's a business owner, who was making an honest living. and now the gas station you've been recording it on your phone? d i've been recording it on my phone. bh what are you doing with your recording, facebook live? qb i've been facebook live for probably the past 2 hours. telling what i feel like is my version of the truth. a lot of people just don't want to hear it, but a lot of what's going on we're doing to ourselves. it's never going to change if we keep doing stuff like this. how do you expect to get a positive outcome from this type of negativity and destruction?
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down. i'm looking at somebody has to go to work tomorrow and their bus shelter is face down on the ground. from here to that corner to that corner. what did we prove? what did we accomplish? bh with the anger that's out there, because there is some anger, and we all know the history that's gone into this, what would be a positive way people could take that anger and feel like their anger was heard, and respected, and honored, but then something positive came from it? qb they have to talk about it. they have to talk about it. the same way you and i are they can talk to the officers out here right now. with quinlan bishop at the corner of sherman and burleigh, brad hicks, fox6 news. as we go to break we're taking a live look at the scene of the gas station that
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welcome back -- we're continuing
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unrest across the city after an officer involved shooting saturday afternoon. this is the aftermath at 35th and burleigh where an oreilly autoparts store was destroyed.... lit on fire. this is just one of the several local businesses that were damaged last night. "when the people start setting on fire, that's because they feel like they can't do anything else. that's what that means. it comes from office to help. i ran for office to help. we haven't been doing enough. everybody is playing politics and no one is playing life." "where do we go as a community from here. do we continue with the inequities, the injustice, the unemployment, the education, that creates these
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evening? do we continue that? and i thank you russell stamper. i thank you for not letting us leave here without saying the truth." burning cars -- a gas station on fire -- looting across the city. it was a violent night of unrest in milwaukee. fox6's rachelle baillon with a look at the damage done. tensions boil over on the streets of milwaukee saturday night....and the mayhem lasts into the early morning hours on sunday. a chaotic scene nea in flames. police rush to the scene, telling people to clear the area--warning that the gas station might explode. chants of "this is our city" can be heard as police try to block off the area. several people also threatened media crews on scene: glass was thrown at a fox6 photographer. rach: as the scene at auer and sherman quieted down, crews rushed to this area near 36th and fond du lac to put out more fires." firefighters scrambled to the roof of the bmo harris bank as
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officers in riot gear stood guard nearby. after fire crews cleared out, additional police pull up and tell bystanders to get out of the street, eventually loading a few people into the back of a police van. by 2 am, the scene was finally, mostly quiet. reporting in milwaukee, rachelle baillon fox 6 news. forecast from fox6 meteorologist craig koplien today: partly sunny. high: 82 wind: sw 4-8 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 66 wind: sw 2-6 mph o mph tuesday: partly to mostly
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wakeup news. now at seven --- unrest in milwaukee. we're following breaking news after a night of violence in the city. it all started saturday afternoon -- with an officer involved shooting in the area of 44th and auer. people took to the streets -- looting local businesses... and starting multiple fires. milwaukee police tell us several people were taken into custody throughout the night. today -- of patrols. we're taking a look at the aftermath of what was the center of the chaos last night. this is the b-p gas station that was set on fire near sherman and auer -- you can see, it's completely charred. and the story is still breaking this morning -- as violence continued throughout the night. we have team coverage -- bringing you the latest developments. julie collins is live in front of the atermath at sherman and burleigh. angelica duria leads off our team coverage from 35th and burleigh with how it all
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much calmer scene compared to 8-10 hours ago. it was a very busy night for both milwaukee police and firefighters - after fires, looting, and riots erupt on the city's north side. this started after a very violent start to the weekend starting friday night -- nine shootings - five
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and what may have sparked it all - a fatal officer-involved shooting near 44th and auer yesterday afternoon. milwaukee police say a 23 year old man was shot and killed by a police officer following a traffic stop. two suspects fled on foot and officers chased after them. one suspect had a gun - and when he was did not follow order to drop the weapon - the officer fired the suspect in the chest and arm... and later died. mayor tom barrett sa after that shooting - violence erupted near sherman and auer. at least one vehicle was set on fire. two police squads had windows broken out -- and officer was injured and sent to the hospital when his windshield was broken. police say the b-p gas station at sherman and burleigh was then set on fire. this is the same gas station that has been linked to a fatal shooting and protests earlier this summer. three people were inside when the fire was set - they were able to escape uninjured.
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auto parts store, jet beauty salon, and bmo harris bank branch -- all destroyed by fire. firefighters couldn't get to the fires right away because of safety concerns. there reports of people throwing rocks and bricks at them. and even shots fired in the area. mayor barrett and milwaukee police held a news conference around midnight during the the middle of the unrest -- and says police are doing everything they can to restore order. barrett: "we have a strong police presence, do everything we can and make sure order is destroyed in this very very good neighborhood. 30 40 50 yrs they deserve to live in a sae everything we can to make that possible." harpole: "it's really important to know that the neighborhood itself where the shooting occurred is not the source of the individuals that arrived. individuals themselves came from other places, neighborhood itself, block this occurred on very calm, neighbors were respectful courteous and polite, did not
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we had several witnesses." at last report - mayor barrett says three arrests have been made from the protests. after that news conference - at least two other fires occurred. mjm liquor store at 22nd and fond du lac. reports of looting at 48th and burleigh. ed flynn was not at the news conference. the mayor says he is in dallas for a family funeral. but back here in milwaukee - again - a much calmer scene this morning. milwaukee police say order has
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the aftermath, cleanup and investigation. reporting live in milwaukee - angelica duria - fox 6 news. derica thanks angelica as angelica mentioned, the ?overnight violence ?escalated after an officershot and killed an armed man. milwaukee police say two officers stopped two suspects in a car around 3-30 yesterday afternoon near 44th and auer. the suspects then fled on foot. one officer chased a suspect who had a gun -- and then shot him twice, once in the h - a 23-year-old milwaukee man - has a lengthy criminal record and the gun was actually taken from a previous burglary where 500 rounds of ammunition were also stolen. the officer involved 24-year-old and is a six-year-veteran of the force. he has been placed on administrative duty while the state investigates. mayor barrett says the officer was wearing a body camera and it was operating at the time. the ?overnight violence ?escalated after an exceptionally violent start to
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sears walks us through the timeline of events. 45:47 this brings us to tears. emotions run high-- after violent friday night-- 9 shootings--5 homicides-- 46:03 its too much. saturday afternoon-- another--tense situation-- at the scene of an officer involved shooting. 00:07 our officers are out here taking risks on behalf of the community and making split second decisions. soon to become a scene milwaukee has not seen before. at first bricks fly. a milwuakee police officer struck in the head, after one goes through his squad car's window. and then--- the fires start. first a b-p gas station near sherman and auer. firefighters could not put out the flames, after reports of gun fire. as it burned, news--- other businesses would be lost. a b-mo harris bank at 36th and fond du lac as well as a beauty
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sunday--- reports of more fires--- looting--- and shots fired. 42:50 we are asking every resident of this community to do everything they can to help us restore order. as city leaders plead for calm--- others plead for change. 23:26 the black people of milwaukee are tired. their tired of living under this oppression. this is their existence. a city whose issues may have been brewing, and leading to events that have changed some liv 21:15 our community is in pain. reporting in milwaukee, ashley sears fox 6 news. it will take a long time to clean up the damage done in last night's unrest. but a rift that might take even longer to heal -- the damage done to the community living there. fox6's julie collins is live near sherman and burleigh with how city
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is a national problem...weve seen it here in milwaukee and last night it came to a head. several aldermen joined the mayor last night at a news conference to talk about the unrest in the city. all agreed that its time to work together to restore order and calm to the city. alderman russell stamper said our
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he says he was fighting back tears because he loves the 15th district, the sherman park area -- the place he grew up. he added the burning of property is a cry of helplessness from the people who have lived through the racial divides that plague this city. alderman khalif rainey also said no one can deny that the city has racial issues. rainey: "the city have watched this entire neighborhood throughout the summer be a powder keg for incidents in the park, for murder at the gas station, shooting from the gas station o children, this entire community has sat back and witnesses how milwaukee wi has become the worst place to live for african americans in the entire country." stamper: "we're going to put resources in this budget, i'm gonna finance, resources in this budget, the cgbd is gonna work towards organizing this neighborhoods, involving the pastors, yes the pastors are a big part of this community. they
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are gonna partner with people who wanna make a difference. thank you very much." both alderman ended by saying god bless this city -- they love this city and they're com safer place.
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businesses were looted... police encountered a conflict -- one one hand, they were trying to keep the peace... but they ran into resentment for being there.. fox 6's brad hicks... with straight talk from the street. my opinion is they are not policing the neighborhood. all they're doing is for us is that they are patrolling the neighborhood but they are not policing the neighborhood. they are not making sure that we are safe, no. bh and how would that look if they werm how would that look? it would look like cops that are coming through the neighborhood asking what's going on, like what's happening. they want to see us down. we should be able to come to the corner, wherever we want to go. it's not taped off. we should be able to walk where we want to walk. no come back
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tape up. so where's the distance that we can't walk past? they don't realize that black lives matter. they not realizing it. blocking the street that they ain't even living in. how's that necessary? black or tomorrow, i don't care because black lives matter. they can kill me because, i'm getting killed for my black people. at the scene of a liquor store looting at 48th and burleigh... brad hicks, fox 6 news. the scenes of the damage done overnight are devastating. you can see them all -- and see the full press conference from city leaders calling for unity on our
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as we head to break we're taking a look at more of the carnage from the chaos in the city last night. we're taking a look at the bmo harris bank near 36th and fond du lac -- as crews work to put
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one of the scenes of chaos last night -- an auto parts store near 35th and burleigh is completely charred... chisholm: "it's been a busy day obviously from moment we were notified of ois we've been engaged in making the investigation is done correctly and assisting in any way we can. thoughts? i'm extremely angry with the behavior of some individuals and there is gonna have to be some accountability for that. message for the city?
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majority of them do do which is maintain peace maintain order, take care of yourselves in your neighbors, do so in what reflects the best of mke and not what we are seeing tonight." the violent weekend started friday night with nine shootings and five homicides...all within a matter of hours. friday around six p-m, police say a 33 - year -old- man was sherman when he was shot causing his car to collide with another car. the man who was shot was taken to the hospital, where he died. and around one yesterday morning a robbery-related shooting near 23rd and state claims the lives of two men -- a 21-year-old and 23-year old. then about an hour and a half later -- police say a fight near 40th and fond du lac spills into the parking lot where two men -- a 34-year- old and a 36-year- old were shot and killed. a- 26 year- old and woman and 30 -year- old male victim were also injured. mayor tom barrett says the government
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together to get to the root of the violence issue. milwaukee police also investigating a stabbing homicide -- this one happening around ten o'clock last night near 29th and lisbon. we're told a 23-year-old man was stabbed during a dispute with a male suspect. the victim was taken to the hospital where he later died. at this point -- no one is in custody. forecast from fox6 meteorologist craig koplien today: partly sunny. high: 82 wind: sw 4-8 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 66 wind: sw 2-6 mph monday: partly sunny. high: 80 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: partly to mostly cloudy with a slight chance of
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as we head to break we're looking at just one of the terrifying scenes from last night. cars were lit on fire dangerously close to a gas station. stick with us as we continue to monitor
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an officer-involved shooting saturday afternoon near 44th and auer leads to a night of violence in the city. this is the scene from last night -- as officers worked to disperse unruly crowds. pens, paper, backpacks....these typically make the cut when it comes to back to school supplies. but - there are other items that could make your year a bit easier. in this contact 6 report - katrina cravy shows you what
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to follow breaking news after a night of violence in the city. it all started saturday afternoon -- with an officer involved shooting in the area of 44th and auer. people took to the streets -- looting local businesses... and starting multiple fires. milwaukee police tell us several people were taken into custody throughout the night. today -- officials say they are upping patrols. and th this morning -- as violence continued throughout the night. we have team coverage -- bringing you the latest developments. julie collins is live at sherman park - with the aftermath of that destruction. angelica duria leads off our team coverage from 35th and burleigh with how it all began. much calmer scene compared to
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both milwaukee police and firefighters - after fires, looting, and riots erupt on the city's north side. violent start to the weekend starting friday night -- nine shootings - five homicides. all within a matter of hours. and what may have sparked it all - a fatal officer-involved shooting near 44th and auer yesterday
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a 23 year old man was shot and killed by a police officer following a traffic stop. two suspects fled on foot and officers chased after them. one suspect had a gun - and when he was did not follow order to drop the weapon - the officer fired the suspect in the chest and arm... and later died. mayor tom barrett says several hours after that shooting - violence erupted near sherman and auer. at least one vehicle was set on fire. two police squads had windows broken out -- and officer was injured and sentt was broken. police say the b-p gas station at sherman and burleigh was then set on fire. this is the same gas station that has been linked to a fatal shooting and protests earlier this summer. at least three other fires were set blocks away -- an o'reilly auto parts store, jet beauty salon, and bmo harris bank branch -- all destroyed by fire. firefighters couldn't get to the fires right away because of safety concerns. there reports of
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rocks and bricks at them. and even shots fired in the area. at least five fires erupted overnight. bus shelters destroyed - dumpsters in the middle of the streets. hundreds of protesters were seen near sherman park neighborhood - police wearing riot gear trying to restore order to the area. mayor barrett and milwaukee police held a news conference around midnight during the the middle of the unrest -- clearly upset -- and pleading with parents. barrett: "this is a situation where we are asking every resident of this community to do everything they can to help us restore order, and this is pointed directly at parents of young people you can see in the video, if you love your son, if you love your daughter, call them, l and get em home." at parents of young people you can see in the video, if you love your son, if you love your daughter, call them, pull em by the ears, and get em home." mayor barrett says they are using all police resources - officers working overtime, those who had the day off were called in. the milwuakee county sheriff's office also assisting to restore order
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chief ed flynn was not at the news conference. the mayor says he is in dallas for a family funeral. at last report, around midnight - barrett says three arrests have been made from the protests. we do not have an update if any other arrests have been made - but of course - police will be spending today be dealing with the aftermath, cleanup and investigation. reporting live in milwaukee - angelica duria - fox 6 news. three arrests. derica thanks angelica as angelica me ?overnight violence ?escalated after an officershot and killed an armed man. milwaukee police say two officers stopped two suspects in a car around 3-30 yesterday afternoon near 44th and auer. the suspects then fled on foot. one officer chased a suspect who had a gun -- and then shot him twice, once in the chest and arm. police say the suspect who died - a 23-year-old milwaukee man - has a lengthy criminal record and the gun was actually taken from a previous
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the officer involved is a six-year-veteran and has been placed on administrative duty while the state investigates. mayor barrett says the officer was wearing a body camera and it was operating at the time. the anger.. the fires.. the looting... it ?escalated as evening came over the city of milwaukee. fox six's ashley sears takes us through the timeline of events, beginning with an officer-involved shooting ?that set off the violence. 45:47 this brings us to tears. after violent friday night-- 9 shootings--5 homicides-- 46:03 its too much. saturday afternoon-- another--tense situation-- at the scene of an officer involved shooting. 00:07 our officers are out here taking risks on behalf of the community and making split second decisions. tension rising--- soon to become a scene milwaukee has not seen before. at first bricks fly. a
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head, after one goes through his squad car's window. and then--- the fires start. first a b-p gas station near sherman and auer. firefighters could not put out the flames, after reports of gun fire. as it burned, news--- other businesses would be lost. a b-mo harris bank at 36th and fond du lac as well as a beauty shop. as saturday--- turned into sunday--- reports of more fires--- looting--- and shots fired. resident of this community to do everything they can to help us restore order. as city leaders plead for calm--- others plead for change. 23:26 the black people of milwaukee are tired. their tired of living under this oppression. this is their existence. a city whose issues may have been brewing, and leading to events that have changed some lives forever. 21:15 our community is in pain. reporting in milwaukee, ashley
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it will take a long time to clean up the damage done in last night's unrest. but a rift that might take even longer to heal -- the damage done to the community living there. fox6's julie collins is live at sherman park with how city leaders are calling for unity. there is a strong police presence throughout the city and its outlying neighborhoods this morning after the city saw unrest and riots on
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alderman hamilton ended with a call to action -- asking parents and guardians and others in the neighborhoods to participate in restoring the order to the community in unrest. thanks julie we've seen buildings burning... businesses looted. and innocent people, who've now lost their livelihood. fox6's brad hicks... with the straight talk on the street. bh which building are we talking about building to the west, with the garage door. i'm a wholesaler of soda and juice. i deal with a lot of these gas stations. the one they burned down on sherman and burleigh- that's one of my best customers. bh how did you first hear that this was going on here? i was sleeping my wife told me my nephew called and said the building was on fire. bh did the fire start on the first floor? i don't know, i can't say for sure but they busted all the front windows out. the officer said
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those apartments upstairs? do people live there? gm no they were being refurbished for people to live there. the one officer said the building was totaled so .... i don't know. bh you put a lot into that business? gm know. bh you put a lot into that business? gm 14 years. bh when you own a business like that, is there insurance? how do you recover? gm i have insurance, but you creditors you owe money to, so it's just sad sad day in milwaukee. i'm broken hearted about it. milwaukee's a good city. with the owner of the now burned down az wholesale, at the corner of 23rd and fond du lac -- brad
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our coverage of the unrest across the city after an officer involved shooting saturday afternoon. this is thea looting at a liquor store near 47th and burleigh. this is just one of the several local businesses that were damaged or destroyed last night. "when the people start setting on fire, that's because they feel like they can't do anything else. that's what that means. it comes from helplessness nd they put us in office to help. i ran for office
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everybody is playing politics and no one is playing life." "where do we go as a community from here. do we continue with the inequities, the injustice, the unemployment, the education, that creates these by- products that we see this evening? do we continue that? and i thank you russell stamper. i thank you for not letting us leave e burning cars -- a gas station on fire -- looting across the city. it was a violent night of unrest in milwaukee. fox6's rachelle baillon with a look at the damage done. tensions boil over on the streets of milwaukee saturday night....and the mayhem lasts into the early morning hours on sunday. a chaotic scene near sherman and auer, as a gas station goes up in flames. police rush to the scene, telling people to clear the
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chants of "this is our city" can be heard as police try to block off the area. several people also threatened media crews on scene: glass was thrown at a fox6 photographer. rach: as the scene at auer and sherman quieted down, crews rushed to this area near 36th and fond du lac to put out more fires." firefighters scrambled to the roof of the bmo harris bank as they put out the fire. police officers in riot gear stood guard nearby. after fire crews cleared out, additional police pull get out of the street, eventually loading a few people into the back of a police van. by 2 am, the scene was finally, mostly quiet. reporting in milwaukee, rachelle baillon fox 6 news. forecast from fox6 meteorologist craig koplien today: partly sunny. high: 82 wind: sw 4-8 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 66 wind: sw 2-6 mph monday: partly sunny. high: 80 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: partly to mostly cloudy with a slight chance of
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forecast from fox6 meteorologist craig koplien today: partly sunny. high: 82 wind: sw 4-8 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 66 wind: sw 2-6 mph monday: partly sunny. high: 80 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: partly to mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers. high:
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welcome back -- we continue to follow breaking news after a night of violence in the city. this is a look at the scene at the m-j-m liquor store near 21st and burleigh after it was set on fire. the chaos started after an officer involved shooting near 44th and auer saturday afternoon. as you may know - our parent company, tribune broadcasting has been under a blackout by dish network since june.
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