Suspect in Green Bay shooting turns himself in

Muhammad Hoskins. Photo: Brown County Jail
Muhammad Hoskins. Photo: Brown County Jail(WBAY)
Published: May. 23, 2020 at 11:35 AM CDT
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UPDATE 5/27:

Green Bay Police have arrested a suspect in a shooting on South Oakland Avenue.

Police say Muhammad Rahem Hoskins, 26, turned himself in at Green Bay Police headquarters Wednesday morning.

Brown County investigators are recommending charges of Attempted 1st Degree Homicide, Recklessly Endangering Safety, and Felon in Possession of a Firearm.

The shooting happened Friday, May 22. At about 11 p.m., police were called to an area near Seymour Park. They found a victim with a gunshot wound to the leg. The victim suffered a serious injury and was taken to a hospital.

On Wednesday morning, officers served a search warrant in the 500 block of 12th Avenue looking for Hoskins.

Hoskins turned himself in to police and was arrested.

Hoskins is being held at the Brown County Jail.

“The message is clear. If you commit a crime with a firearm in Green Bay we will hunt you down and arrest you,” said Police Chief Andrew Smith. “Our officers and detectives are relentless in the pursuit of violent lawbreakers-you are going to be held to account for the things you’ve done.”



One person is recovering from a gunshot wound after being shot on Green Bay's west side late Friday night.

According to police, officers were called to the intersection of South Oakland Avenue and School Place around 11:30 p.m. for a complaint of gunshots.

When they arrived, they found a man who had been shot, and gave him first aid before he was taken to a hospital for surgery.

Officials say the man is expected to recover from the injury.

At this time, police say no one is in custody, and the incident isn't believed to be a random act.

Police say they're continuing to gather information, and if you have information about the incident, you're asked to call police at 920-448-3208 and reference case #20-204698.

If you'd like to be anonymous, you can also call Crime Stoppers at 920-432-STOP (7867), or submit a tip by


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