At year end the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel published a preliminary review of last year's homicides. Their numbers differ slightly from what is shown in the post "Silent Reflection for Each of the Victims of Violence Within an American City" (see post for details). What follows here is a summary of the Journal-Sentinel findings.
The following 2 images are taken from the article, Homicides soar in Milwaukee, along with many theories on cause (http://www.jsonline.com/news/crime/homicides-soar-along-with-many-theories-on-cause-b99653861z1-366891381.html). See earlier post, "Recent Homicide Numbers," for comparison (http://milwaukeegunviolence2015.blogspot.com/2015/05/recent-homicide-numbers.html).
The following 4 images are taken from their new online Homicide Tracker page (http://www.jsonline.com/news/crime/milwaukee-homicide-tracker-367120481.html). Some data may fluctuate as police investigations continue:
Three images of names and faces: