Milwaukee man, 33, fatally shot while driving near 91st and Appleton
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) --Milwaukee police have a person of interest in custody after a deadly shooting ended in a car crash. It happened Tuesday afternoon, March 8 near 91st and Appleton.
CBS 58 obtained surveillance video from a nearby restaurant of the incident.
In the video, an SUV slams into a light pole. Milwaukee police say 33-year-old Mario Granville was shot while driving. He died at the hospital.
"He don't have any beef with anybody, so I don't see why they would even do some stuff like this to him," Ladonna Loggins said. She is Granville's sister.
You can see someone crawling out of the car, and another car comes into view. When it pulls away, you no longer see the person on the ground.
Granville's sisters gathered at a store near 24th Place and Capitol. They say it was his last stop before heading down Appleton. The family and his children are drowning in sorrow.
"They all messed up about it, these babies are sad, they ain't got no daddy no more, this is horrible," Dieyria Adams said. She is also his sister. "His oldest daughter needs justice because she is taking it very hard."
Granville's sisters say he was well-known and willing to give you his last dime.
"He was a good man, he was good to everybody. If they didn’t have it and they had it, he was willing to give it you," Laquisha Loggins said.
While police investigate, the sisters are out tracing his last steps too.
"We not going to stop until we find out who did it, until they locked up, we not stopping until we get justice."
Granville would've been 34 on March 26.
Police are still looking for suspects. Anyone with information is asked to contact MPD at 414-935-7360 or to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS.