Milwaukee Police Officer and wife become infected with flesh-eating bacteria

The couple both spent time in the military
Posted at 6:08 PM, Oct 22, 2016
A Milwaukee police officer's wife will reportedly need many surgeries to repair the damage caused by a bacterial infection on her face.
Friends say last Saturday, life took an unexpected turn for the worse. Carmen was scheduled for a routine procedure to remove a cyst. They say 24 hours later, she developed a bacterial disease - a flesh-eating bacteria - that also infected Jeremy, a Milwaukee police officer, according to a Gofundme page.
Due to HIPAA Laws, the hospital could not comment. However, TODAY'S TMJ4 did confirm that Jeremy Greene is at St. Luke’s Hospital and friends say Carmen Greene is in the ICU. 
Kristin Limberg is trying to go keep life as normal as she can for the Greene’s baby and young son. 
“They're a wonderful family," said Limberg. "They both served time with the Navy. Mom and dad are right now in the reserves. They pretty much spent their whole career in the navy, once they graduated high school."
At a Crafts Fair this morning on the MATC campus in Oak Creek, men in uniform stopped by and pulled out their wallets. 
“It's not just mom or dad. It's mom and dad that are in the hospital,” said Elisabeth Wallich. 
Carmen and Jeremy have a long road to recovery. Carmen will reportedly need numerous surgeries and Jeremy won't be able to return to the police force for a while. 
“This is a tragedy but I really feel that with all the support we are getting this family is really going to pull through, said Limburg.
While a few thousand dollars have already been collected, friends are hoping more support will pour in. If you would like to help the Greene family, visit a Gofundme page for the family.