February 19, 2020 | 1:45am
William Carson, 24, is accused of opening fire at a group of seven children who were chucking snowballs at passing vehicles in Milwaukee on Jan. 4, FOX 6 News reported, citing a criminal complaint.
When one of the frozen snowballs hit Carson’s car, he turned around, got out and started shooting, the report said.
One child was shot in the thigh, a second was hit in the arm and the other kid’s jacked was grazed by a bullet, the report said.
Carson fled after the shooting and was caught by police on Jan. 12 while driving under the influence.
Cops recovered a gun from Carson’s car, which they determine is “highly probable” to be the same firearm used in the Jan. 4 attack, the complaint says.
Carson was hit with several charges, including first-degree reckless injury and use of a dangerous weapon.