Boy shot while riding bike; another shooting victim, 3 others in custody

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  • MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee Police say that an 11-year-old boy was in stable condition after a shooting where he was not an intended victim.

    Police explained that they brought a 20-year-old man who was shot into custody, along with three other men.

  • The boy had a graze wound to his chest. He was listed in stable condition.

    The 20-year-old man was shot in his lower right leg. There was no word on his condition.

  • The shooting happened near the corner of North 37th and West Center Streets at about 4:30 p.m. Sunday.

    The boy was riding his bike in an alley near his home at that corner when he was shot.

  • According to police, a number of people were firing guns in an alley about a block away, near 37th and Hadley.

    One witness told TODAY'S TMJ4 that she heard at least 20 gunshots come from the alley.

  • Police said there was "wvidence of possible gambling" where the shooting happened.

    "Should no kid, no innocent kid, just riding their bike get grazed by a bullet," explained a shocked Haji Coleman, who lives in the neighborhood. "That's just not fair."

  • Coleman said there is a strong police presence in the area, but to her, it's not enough.

    "That's why I don't let my babies go out like that."