House on North Broadway Street Struck by Gunfire
GREEN BAY, Wis. (10-30-2023) – The Green Bay Police Department has gathered adequate evidence to have charges on two teens suspected of a drive-by-shooting in 900 block of North Broadway Street on June 9th, 2023.
The Brown County District Attorney’s Office filed charges against Myles Schinke, 17, and Vance Degeneffe, 16, in adult court on October 25th, 2023:
First-Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety – PTAC
Drive or Operate a Vehicle without Owner’s Consent – PTAC
Intentionally Contribute to the Delinquency of a Child
Knowingly Flee/Elude or Attempt to Flee/Elude an Officer – PTAC
Possession of a Firearm by Adjudicated Delinquent – PTAC
The teen suspects were believed to have been known within days of the incident; however, it wasn’t until significant evidence was collected by the Green Bay Police Department that the above charges were referred on October 17th, 2023.
Three residents were inside of the home that was struck by gunfire:
45-year-old female, 38-year-old male, and an 11-year-old female. No injuries were reported. Not inside of the home at the time of the shooting was a 17-year-old male, who was believed to be the intended target, according to witnesses.
During the initial investigation, police learned of an alleged issue between the teenagers.
“We are fortunate that this act of violence did not result in our community mourning the loss of a family,” said Chief Chris Davis of the Green Bay Police Department. “We have to acknowledge the persistence of our officers, detectives, and professional staff, who continued to gather the evidence needed to bring charges forward, along with the outside agencies that helped us along the way.”
The Green Bay Police Department would like to recognize the Dane County Sheriff’s Office, Fox Valley Metro Police, Madison Police, and Steven’s Point Police, for providing their assistance.
The case remains active. No additional details are being released at this time. Anyone with further information is encouraged to call Green Bay Police at (920) 448-3200 and reference case #23-231099. Those wishing to remain anonymous can call Crime Stoppers at (920) 432-STOP (7867). You may also submit a tip online at www.432stop.com, or utilize the “P3 Tips” app (Android | Apple).