Police are still looking for the person responsible, and so far they have released few details on the tragic incident.
Milwaukee Alberman Joe Davis was called to the scene on Sunday and gave statements, indicating the shooting may have been carried out in revenge for the little child’s death.
‘I know that the people in that house may have been very, very upset about the incident — the vehicular incident that occurred, but you don’t solve these types of things with guns, and start shooting and taking other people’s lives,’ Davis said.
Archie Brown Sr told the Journal Sentinel that police showed him a picture of the victim, who he identified as his son, and learned that he had been shot in the head.
Brown Sr said his son was a real estate entrepreneur and landlord who leaves behind four daughters – the youngest just six months old.
‘My son’s just been murdered,’ Brown Sr said in a phone call just after speaking with investigators.
Brown’s half-brother Riles Rilley also spoke with the Journal Sentinel and said that Brown was the co-owner of Seven West nightclub.
‘Just a good person all around. Never had any enemies. Always looking to do the right thing,’ he said.