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Police looking for “armed and dangerous” suspect in 9th and Ashland shooting

Published: Oct. 21, 2020 at 1:08 PM CDT
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GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - UPDATE 10/22:

Green Bay Police are looking for a 24-year-old man in connection to a shooting on the city’s west side Wednesday.

Police say Seanya Ramon Holliday is wanted on three counts of attempted murder.

Police have identified Holliday as the shooter who fired at people in a car in the area of 9th St and Ashland Ave. It happened Oct. 21 at about 12:35 p.m. The victims drove to the nearby Dino Stop Shell station for help. Two people were taken to a local hospital with injuries.

Police say Seanya Holliday should be considered armed and dangerous. Police say he used a handgun during the shooting.

“Capturing Seanya Holliday and bringing him to justice is our Department’s highest priority”, said Green Bay Police Chief Andrew Smith. “We need the public’s help to take him into custody safely, and end this series of senseless shootings in our City before anyone else gets hurt.”

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Holliday is known to go by the nickname “Marley.”

SEANYA HOLLIDAY DESRIPTION

  • Black male
  • 24-years-old
  • 6′1″
  • 163 pounds
  • Black hair
  • Brown eyes
  • Tattoos: “Andrea” on right side of neck
  • If you see Holliday, call Green Bay Police or 911. Do not approach him.

INITIAL REPORT

Two people were taken to a hospital after a shooting on Green Bay’s west side Wednesday afternoon.

At about 12:30 p.m., witnesses reported a shooting between people in two separate vehicles. The scene is located in the area of 9th Street and Ashland Ave. Police say this is an “active investigation.”

Two people in one of the vehicles were injured. They were taken to a local hospital. Green Bay Police Chief Andrew Smith says they were conscious and breathing and the injuries do not appear to be life-threatening.

The victims drove to the nearby Dino Stop Shell station for help.

“The best we can understand, again this is very early, is that this incident occurred on the street at 9th and Ashland,” says Chief Smith. “And then the victims drove down here, went inside the Shell station, and police were notified.”

Smith says one person was taken into custody for questioning. Smith says another suspect may have gotten into a vehicle and taken off from the scene. Smith says the description is “vague.”

Action 2 News will update this story when we learn new information.

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