Thursday, November 19, 2009

Random shooting in Green Bay

Two nearby schools were on lock-down after a random shooting at a residence on Green Bay's near-east-side. Reports say that the victim didn't know the suspect who came to the door, asked if somebody lived there, and then just started shooting. Green Bay Police Department's K-9 unit was called to the scene to search for the suspect who fled the scene.

Green Bay Fire Rescue transports the victim of a shooting from a second level residence at 1315 Crooks Street to an ambulance, Thursday afternoon, Nov. 19, 2009.

Green Bay police officers and K-9 unit search the vicinity of 1315 Crooks Street along South Irwin Avenue after the shooting.

Green Bay police officers and K-9 unit search a shed in the vicinity of 1315 Crooks Street after the shooting. The suspect was not inside.

Green Bay Police Officer Matt Secor stands guard outside Washington Middle School during dismissal after the shooting. The school and nearby East High School were put on lock-down past their normally scheduled dismissal times.
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