Milwaukee man shot by police after alleged kidnapping, car jacking and vehicle accidents

A 31-year-old Milwaukee man, who allegedly pointed a gun at police after chasing a vehicle, was killed Friday morning by law enforcement.

According to a press release from the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office, the man, whose identity is not being released, struck at the intersection of S 27 Street and W Sycamore Avenue in Oak Creek near a Wal-Mart just before 8:30 p.m. had gone. am

Investigators say the man abducted a male victim in the 1700 block of S 26 Street and took the alleged victim to at least three stores along 27th Street in Milwaukee’s south suburbs of Milwaukee and Franklin, where the victim reportedly told the store personnel that he had been kidnapped.

According to the press release, the suspect and victim were at a Franklin Wal-Mart when an active shooter was reported from the store.

“This aspect of the incident is under active law enforcement investigation,” the press release said.

Following the active shooter report, officers from Franklin, Oak Creek and the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office gathered in the area and the suspect reportedly left his car, and stole a second vehicle.

It is not clear from the press release whether the alleged abduction victim was freed at this time.

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According to the press release, the suspect led officers following him south on Interstate 91, which at times exceeded 110 mph. The suspect reportedly exited the freeway and continued driving north on 27th Street, crashing into a commercial parking lot on 27th Street and Ryan Road in Franklin.

He then reportedly rammed another vehicle at gunpoint.

“At this location the suspect engaged in an armed confrontation with an Oak Creek officer,” the press release said.

According to the release, the suspect continued driving north before hitting another vehicle at the intersection of 27th Street and Sycamore Avenue.

When he exited the vehicle, reportedly holding a shotgun, he was “engaged by four deputies, one Franklin police officer and four Oak Creek officers, and was fatally shot.”

The sheriff’s office did not say which officer killed the suspect. None of the law enforcement officers were injured. All of them have been placed on administrative leave while the West Ellis Police Department is investigating the matter, according to the release.

Four people have been murdered by officers in Milwaukee County since mid-August. In all cases, police have said that the suspect had a gun.

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