MILWAUKEE (WSAU-Wheeler News) Federal authorities are trying to get to the bottom of a shooting incident near the Milwaukee home of Congresswoman Gwen Moore.
It happened early Wednesday morning. Moore was not there, nobody was hurt, and there's no indication that the House Democrat was targeted. Her press secretary, Staci Cox, tells WITI TV that five shots were fired outside Moore's house. One bullet ricocheted off a house, and landed inside the congresswoman's residence in a second-floor bedroom.
Neighbors said the gunshots woke them up, and the police never showed up.
Under federal policy, the U-S Capitol Police from Washington are investigating. WITI says the F-B-I may also get involved.