Teen Charged for Shooting at Girls

A social media dispute allegedly led to a shooting among a group of teens recently. According to Kenosha Police, a group of teens met near 60th Street and 20th Avenue the night of October 29th. Neighbors reported hearing gunshots, then seeing people scattering and fleeing in all directions. Later, police learned that it was 17-year-old Alex Agee Jr., of Kenosha, who fired the shots. Two girls reported having been grazed by bullets.  It was one of a spate of shootings in Kenosha in the last two weeks of October, including a homicide in the same neighborhood five days earlier. On Monday, Agee made his initial court appearance on three counts of first degree recklessly endangering safety, use of a dangerous weapon. Each charge carries a possible prison sentence of 17½ years. At his initial appearance Monday, Agee’s bond was set at $50,000.



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