Two Milwaukee Police Officers hurt in crash following armed robbery
9:22 PM, Oct 15, 2017
6:48 AM, Oct 16, 2017
MILWAUKEE --Two Milwaukee Police officers were injured in a crash following an armed robbery Sunday afternoon.
It happened around 1 p.m. in the 4200 block of N. Teutonia Avenue.
Police say two suspects attempted to rob multiple victims - obtained their property and fled in a vehicle.
The victims of the robbery, chased the suspects in a vehicle. As the vehicles entered the intersection of 27th and Burleigh Street, the suspect vehicle, a green Honda, struck another vehicle, which was forced into a Milwaukee Police squad car, stopped for a red traffic signal.
The driver of the suspect vehicle fled on foot and MPD continues to seek him. The passenger of the suspect vehicle was arrested. He is a 20-year old Milwaukee man who is on probation for armed robbery.
Two officers were in the squad and suffered non-life threatening injuries. They were treated and released from a local hospital as well as the occupants of the second vehicle.