Shots Fired In FDL


Fond du Lac Police have released more details about a report of gunshots being fired in the area of South and Elm Streets about 11 p.m. Tuesday night. A Sheriff’s deputy in the City-County Government Center parking lot heard them and saw several people running from the area. Several city police officers and supervisors responded to the scene. A police officer located a vehicle matching a description of one seen leaving the area. The officer coordinated with others to stop the vehicle. Four people were taken into custody for questioning. Later they were released when investigators determined they were present in the area of the shooting, but weren’t involved in firing the shots. Working overnight the investigation led to the recovery of evidence that several gunshots were fired and a possible suspect was identified. Police say they have no reports of injuries suffered during the incident, which started as an argument at a gathering on South Street and led to shots being fired. The investigation remains active.

Police are investigating another shooting incident in Fond du Lac. According to Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Department logs several people ran towards deputies in a parking lot at the Sheriff’s Office Tuesday night shortly before 11 p.m. They said they were shot at and the shooter was in a black SUV. Several officers also heard gunshots in other areas of the City including 9th and Linden Streets, Marr, Center, 13th and 15th and Ellis Streets. There were also reports about firecrackers being lit off at a residence. Local hospitals were checked for possible victims. A county wide attempt to locate bulletin was also issued for a possible suspect. Fond du Lac Police last Thursday morning investigated a report of shots fired in the 100 block area of North Butler Street.