TUESDAY 9/29/2020 2:24 p.m.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – Green Bay Police have released additional details following the deaths of two men and a vehicle pursuit late Monday and into Tuesday.
Police were dispatched to the 500 block of Clement Street shortly after 8:30 p.m. for a disturbance. That’s when two unidentified men were found dead.
Investigators were able to locate the suspect in his vehicle near Humboldt Road. When officers tried to stop the suspect, he fled and lead officers on a lengthy pursuit. That pursuit ended around 6 a.m. on Tuesday on Broadway Street near Dousman.
Green Bay Police say the suspect then fled on foot for a short time. As officers took him into custody, the man “slashed” an officer in the face with a knife. The suspect was then tased and taken into custody.
The injured officer was taken to an area hospital with severe facial lacerations, according to police. the officer underwent surgery and has since been released from the hospital. A second officer was also hospitalized for a head and neck injury he suffered during the incident. He has also been discharged and “will be off for a few days for observation.”
Police say the suspect is being treated for self-inflicted wounds. Charges will be filed with the District Attorney’s Office “as soon as possible,” according to authorities.
Officials add that they believe the suspect acted alone and he was related to both victims.
“I am proud of our officers for relentlessly pursuing this double homicide suspect and taking him into custody,” says Green Bay Police Chief Andrew Smith. “Again our officers put themselves in harm’s way to protect our community. These officers demonstrated courage while taking a violent, knife-wielding, double homicide suspect safely into custody.”
Suspect in Green Bay deaths arrested after pursuit, officer being treated for stab wound
TUESDAY 9/29/2020 7:17 a.m.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – Green Bay Police say a man has been taken into custody after a vehicle pursuit Tuesday morning.
According to authorities, the man was identified as a suspect after two men were found dead in an east side apartment Monday night.
Police were dispatched to the 500 block of Clement Street shortly after 8:30 p.m. for a report of gunshots. That’s when two unidentified men were found dead.
Investigators were able to develop and locate a suspect later in the night. That suspect lead police on a pursuit that started along University and ended, after several attempts to stop the vehicle, near Broadway and Dousman.
As Green Bay Police attempted to take the man into custody, an officer was stabbed in the face. Investigators say that officer “will be fine” and is undergoing surgery.
The unidentified suspect was also found to have an injury to his wrist. He is also undergoing surgery.
Green Bay Police say the victims and the suspect were known to each and there is currently no threat to the community.
Original Story: Green Bay vehicle pursuit ends near Dousman and Broadway
TUESDAY 9/29/2020 6:23 a.m.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – Green Bay Police responded to a vehicle pursuit on the city’s east side on Tuesday morning.
Authorities have yet to release any details, but WFRV Local 5 does have a crew on scene on Broadway near Dousman Street.
The pursuit comes just hours after Green Bay Police found two men dead in an east side apartment building.
Police say the intersection of Dousman Street at N. Broadway will be closed for an undetermined amount of time due to an ongoing investigation and police activity.
Drivers are advised to use alternate routes, including W. Walnut/Shawano Avenue and W. Mason Street for eastbound and westbound traffic while Ashland Avenue is open for northbound and southbound traffic.
WFRV Local 5 will continue to update this story as new details become available.
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