UPDATE: One arrested in La Crosse shooting and break-in

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LA CROSSE, Wis. (WEAU) -- One person is arrested after a break-in and shooting occurs Friday morning in La Crosse.

Officers responded to a report of people breaking into a home on 8th Street South just before 7:00 a.m.

A person living at the home told investigators two or three people had forced their way into the home, and that he shot at them with a pistol.

The investigation led police to the 100 block of Spurbeck Street in the Town of Campbell in search of a suspect.

After executing a search warrant just before 4:30 Friday afternoon officers say they arrested 22-year-old Duane Strelow Junior.

Investigators say 21-year-old Clifton Traywick, who they believe is involved, was shot and is in critical condition.


Police are investigating a shooting and report of a break-in.

La Crosse Police responded to a report of people breaking into a home on 8th Street South Friday morning. Officers said in a news release that the shooting happened just before 7 a.m. Friday. A person living at the home told investigators that two or three people had forced their way into the home, and that he shot at them with a pistol. He went on to say that he didn't know if he had hit anyone. That's when police received a report of a gunshot victim coming into a hospital in the area.

Officers said there was no other information on the condition of the person who was shot. Nobody was in custody when the statement was released Friday morning. It did not identify any of the people involved.




 
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