UWM police officer involved in shooting on campus
Campus is open, although the area around the Fine Arts Building has been blocked off by police.
A UWM police officer shot an individual this morning near the loading dock by the Fine Arts Building. The individual, who is not connected to UWM, was taken to the hospital. No UWM students or employees were injured in the incident. An investigation is underway.
Campus is open, although the area around the Fine Arts Building has been blocked off by police. Operations are normal. However, this is spring break, and no classes are in session.
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