Police arrested a person in relation to a Wisconsin bar shooting on April 18.
The shooting left three people dead and three others injured. The victims have yet to be identified. Officers found the bodies at Somers House Tavern in the north of Kenosha in southeastern Wisconsin. Emergency services attended the scene, taking all injured victims straight to hospital.
Police caught the suspect after following multiple leads and reviewing surveillance footage. Also, over 100 officers searched for the suspect prior to their arrest.
According to NBC news, the suspect was asked to leave the bar after refusing to co-operate with management. However, the suspect then returned at 00:45 and opened fire.
The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department did not release the suspect’s name. However, the suspect is arrested on suspicion of first-degree intentional homicide. According to County Sheriff David Beth, “We believe our suspect knew who he was targeting.”