Girl who would have graduated from 8th grade Tuesday shot, killed

Police are looking for the person who shot and killed a 14-year-old girl Monday night.It happened just before 10 p.m. near 81st Street and Villard Avenue.She was identified by the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office as Tommorrow Brumfield.Instead of celebrating her 8th grade promotion ceremony from 53rd Street School, her family is now planning a funeral. “She’s supposed to graduate today, now she’s got wings instead of a diploma,” said Akpan Blake, uncle. “My niece didn’t deserve this.”Tommorrow’s mom described her daughter to 12 News’ Kristin Pierce as vibrant and assertive. Her mother said she was the oldest of four and loved being with her sisters. Milwaukee police said they know who they are looking for but have no one in custody. “I just want justice to be served, but pain takes time to heal,” Blake said.This was Milwaukee County’s 100th homicide of 2022.

Police are looking for the person who shot and killed a 14-year-old girl Monday night.

It happened just before 10 p.m. near 81st Street and Villard Avenue.

She was identified by the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office as Tommorrow Brumfield.

Instead of celebrating her 8th grade promotion ceremony from 53rd Street School, her family is now planning a funeral.

“She’s supposed to graduate today, now she’s got wings instead of a diploma,” said Akpan Blake, uncle. “My niece didn’t deserve this.”

Tommorrow’s mom described her daughter to 12 News’ Kristin Pierce as vibrant and assertive. Her mother said she was the oldest of four and loved being with her sisters.

Milwaukee police said they know who they are looking for but have no one in custody.

“I just want justice to be served, but pain takes time to heal,” Blake said.

This was Milwaukee County’s 100th homicide of 2022.

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