Shots fired at garbage truck, house in Milwaukee

"I mean, for what?" one neighbor asked.
Posted at 8:20 AM, Jun 16, 2016
and last updated 2016-06-16 10:39:42-04
MILWAUKEE -- Police are looking for two people who fired several shots at a sanitation truck Wednesday morning near 25th and Vienna. 
"I mean, for what? What are you going to get out of that," questioned Helena Ivory.  
Around 8:30 a.m., Gus Jenkins thought someone was knocking on his door. 
"I just heard a tapping, ya know, and I just came and I checked out the door and I didn't see anything," he said. "I went to the back and looked, and then I thought I heard it again and I went and looked again and I didn't hear anything."
He later found out that tapping noise was gun shots. A bullet came way too close for comfort. 
"[Police] showed me this bullet shot right here," Jenkins said.
Neighbors are angry and disgusted. 
"Pretty much. I mean somebody's just picking up garbage. They shouldn't be a problem. I mean why would you be shooting at them anyway," questioned Sakina Gaillarde.
This mom said bizarre situations like a garbage truck getting shot at is why she has a constant conversation about violence with her 10-year-old. 
"Anything to do with guns,violence period, it's a no no," Gaillarde said.
The unusual circumstances surrounding Wednesday's shooting has people asking why. 
"I'm just wondering what happened to our city. What happened? Cause it was never like this," Donna Ivory said.
Nobody was hurt in this incident.