Based on tips from the community, two men wanted in connection with the murder of Robbie Wilde and the wounding of another man at Kenosha's Shirl's Drive-in have been arrested.
Daniel Gonzalez was arrested at a home in Kenosha Wednesday evening. Kenosha Police Sergeant Hugh Rafferty says gang unit members, armed with a tip, spotted Julian Miller walking in a parking lot early Thursday morning.
Rafferty says Miller tried to flee, but was stopped in the lot and tasered while resisting. Miller and an officer were injured during the arrest, but both were treated and released.
At a news conference Thursday, Rafferty said it may be several days before charges are issued against the pair and they appear in court. He says there are a lot of loose ends that need to be tied up before the case can be sent to the District Attorney for review.
Police say, after his arrest, Gonzalez gave them a statement. However, Miller has not spoken to investigators.
Police remain tight-lipped about what happened in Shirl's Drive-in last Sunday night and who gave them the tip that led to the arrests.