MWC Police and U.S. Marshals are offering a reward for Leo Milligan’s arrest. They said Milligan has a long criminal record and now he’s wanted for shooting and killing his brother-in-law.
Early in November, officers received a call that said an ambulance was needed immediately at an apartment near Southeast 15th Street and South Air Depot Boulevard. When officers arrived, they said they found 36-year-old Jerome Piggie dead.
Police said Milligan confronted Piggie at his apartment after the victim and his wife got into a fight.
Officers said they believe Milligan is armed and dangerous. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call police immediately.
MWC Police said they arrested Oletah Anglin for a separate deadly shooting near Northeast 10th Street and North Midwest Boulevard.
Investigators said Leon Hamilton was found dead inside his apartment with a gunshot wound to the chest.
Officers found Anglin’s cell phone near his body.
Witnesses said they heard Anglin and Hamilton arguing before shots were fired.