Milwaukee day care shooting forces owner to relocate business

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A Milwaukee daycare owner and her pupils are safe following a shooting that damaged the business.

Day care owner, Andjeia Harris, along with seven children, were inside Little Warriors on Tuesday, April 12th when the shooting began, according to Fox 6 Milwaukee.

” “I immediately put my children on the ground,” said the owner.

A Milwaukee daycare owner and the attending children are safe following a shooting that damaged the property of the business. Day care owner, Andjeia Harris, along with seven children, were inside Little Warriors on Tuesday, April 12th when the shooting began

After a shooting that left the business’ property damaged, a Milwaukee daycare owner and her seven children are now safe. Day care owner, Andjeia Harris, along with seven children, were inside Little Warriors on Tuesday, April 12th when the shooting began
(Fox 6 News Milwaukee)

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The owner was shocked that someone would try to harm her business, especially with young kids inside. Harris recalls that she used her parental instincts in protecting the infants when bullets started flying into the daycare.

” “I looked up and saw that a 1-year old was in her highchair and bullets were still coming through,” Harris told Fox 6 Milwaukee.

Bullet holes hit the wall following a shooting at Little Warriors day care in Milwaukee, WS

After a shooting at Little Warriors daycare in Milwaukee, WS, bullet holes were found on the wall
(Fox 6 News Milwaukee)

Harris also recalls having to protect a four-month-old baby still in her carrier seat.

” Any of my children could have lost his or her life. Bullets don’t know their names. Them bullets could have easily went through the wall and hit any of my children,” she tells 14 News.

One parent is worried about his child’s safety following the incident. James Cooper said that he could have lost his little girl and that it hurt him.

A Milwaukee daycare owner and the attending children are safe following a shooting that damaged the property of the business. Day care owner, Andjeia Harris, along with seven children, were inside Little Warriors on Tuesday, April 12th when the shooting began

After a shooting that left the business’ property damaged, a Milwaukee daycare owner and her seven children are now safe. Day care owner, Andjeia Harris, along with seven children, were inside Little Warriors on Tuesday, April 12th when the shooting began
(Fox 6 News Milwaukee)

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The possibility that both the owner and children could have lost their lives leaves Harris questioning if she wants to continue running her business. Harris is temporarily residing in a temporary place at the moment.

Four men connected to the incident have been arrested in relation to the incident, but charged have yet to be filed

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