It was stated that two Racine police officers were shot at when they were responding to a domestic dispute on Tuesday evening. According to a report from CBS58, police were called to a home in the vicinity of West Blvd. and Gillen Street at at 10:46 p.m. to investigate a report of a possible domestic dispute. Outside of the apartment building was a woman who was waiting for the police, and when they arrived, she told them that her husband and their two children were currently inside.
The police made repeated attempts to interact with the subject over the duration of approximately one hour; however, the individual is said to have opened fire on the officers multiple times while they were trying to talk to them. Two officers sustained injuries, but it was determined that their wounds were not life-threatening, so they were transported to a local hospital for treatment.
After the cops opened fire on him, the suspect eventually escaped the house unharmed and managed to avoid any more confrontation. In addition, neither of the youngsters had any injuries as a result of the incident. The individual was brought into jail and then taken to a hospital for evaluation as a precaution before being released.
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