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FDL Man Arrested After Shooting Incident

10-Oct-2013

On October 9, 2013 at approximately 9:27 p.m., a 19-year old Fond du Lac man who was involved in two incidents in which he allegedly fired shots from a gun, was taken into custody at gun point during a felony traffic stop by members of the Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Department, North Fond du Lac Police Department, Fond du Lac Police Department and Wisconsin State Patrol at the intersection of Winnebago St. and Prospect Ave in the Village of North Fond du Lac.  A 47-year old North Fond du Lac man who was in the vehicle with the suspect at the time of the stop was also taken into custody for questioning.

  

The initial incident occurred at 7:10 p.m. on this date with a report of shots being fired outside a residence in the 700 block of Glenwood Drive in the City of Fond du Lac.  Officers responding to the scene were able to confirm that a number of shots were fired by the suspect who fled the scene prior to officers’ arrival.   While city of Fond du Lac Police were investigating the scene and trying to determine the identity of the shooter.  The Fond du Lac County Dispatch Center received a report of person with a gun who fired a shot into the air in the 600 block of Florida Ave in the Village of North Fond du Lac.  The suspect who was seen running on foot from the area matched the description of the shooter from the earlier incident in the City. 

 

Police Units from North Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Department including their SWAT team, City of Fond du Lac Police and Wisconsin State Patrol responded to the area in the Village.   Investigators were able to determine the identification of the suspect and learned that he was possibly at a residence in the 500 block of Saratoga Ave. in the Village of North Fond du Lac.   As police units converged on the area, a vehicle was seen leaving the Saratoga St. residence, which resulted in the felony traffic stop of the suspect where he was taken into custody without further incident.


No one was injured in either of the shooting incidents.  The suspect remains in police custody pending numerous criminal charges from both City of Fond du Lac Police and North Fond du Lac Police.   The investigation is ongoing at this time.   

Comments 4
Anonymous commented on 10-Oct-2013 09:42 AM3 out of 5 stars
We should remove both of his thumbs and forefingers then explain that the next time he does that the scalpal moves to the wrist.
Anonymous commented on 10-Oct-2013 10:37 AM3 out of 5 stars
These people around here are starting to be horrible. Like really? Gun shots in fdl??? we live in fdl not milwakee or Chicago or michigan... the crime just seems to escalate in this town. worse and worse everytime!!
Jenna Jones commented on 10-Oct-2013 10:55 AM5 out of 5 stars
It was my neighbor on the opposite side of my duplex . We were evacuated on 513 A Saratoga ave by the swat team. My dad was asleep and the swwat team came in and asked us to follow them to swat car for safety. We were in the car for about 15-20 min. Scariest time of my life.
Anonymous commented on 15-Oct-2013 08:53 PM3 out of 5 stars
I'm the guy he shot at with my girlfriend and her two small girls outside. I chased him for two blocks before the police took over. Now I find d out he's out free on a $5000cash bond with no charges against him. What the hell. Does he have to shoot me next time to make him go away. And why is he allowed access to hand guns and assault rifles. Nice job parents.

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