Sheriff's deputies search for teen who fired shots
TOWN OF GRAFTON, Wis. (AP) -- A teenager accused of shooting at his sister's boyfriend in Ozaukee County is still on the run. Sheriff's officials said Tuesday deputies are still looking for the 16-year-old boy. Authorities say he was involved in a fight with the boyfriend at a home in the Town of Grafton Monday. Two police dogs tracked the boy to nearby wooded wetland, but then lost the trail. Cedarburg High School, Webster Transitional and Parkview Elementary were locked down for a time Monday because of the shooting.
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