The Milwaukee alderman who represents the neighborhood where four people were killed says residents are demonstrating that they've had enough. Alderman Willie Hines says apprehension of one of the suspects in the July 4th shooting is a credit to residents in the north side neighborhood where the crime took place. "There were citizens that were there the night of that incident," Hines says. "Calls began to come in even before the $10,000 reward was put forward."
Police have 24 year-old Rosario Fuentez in custody, and are seeking information on two other suspects. Hines sees the Fuentz arrest as countering the "no snitching" mentality. "The good people in those neighborhoods can see this as a victory," says Hines.
Still at large in the murders are 25 year-old Antonio Williams and 28 year-old James Washington. A criminal complaint indicates Williams sought revenge for an earlier beating and the theft of his watch that he told others came at the hands of "Murda Mobb" gang members.