Bank Shooting Suspect Turns Himself In

The suspect in a shooting outside a Kenosha bank has turned himself in to police. 43-year-old Rodney Coleman is facing charges of attempted first-degree homicide for the Friday shooting outside the TFC Bank on 22nd Ave. Lt. Thomas Hamm said Coleman turned himself in at the front counter of the police station about 2:40 Wednesday afternoon. Police had been seeking Coleman for the shooting and had received word from an attorney that would be surrendering. Coleman is suspected of ambushing a 25-year-old man who worked at the bank with Coleman’s girlfriend, shooting him multiple times as the man arrived at work.



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