Hundreds of people gathered for a vigil Monday night near where 23-year-old Keshawn Jenkins was shot to death.
Jenkins was killed just before 9 p.m. Sunday in the 5900 block of 19th Avenue in Kenosha.
Neighbors said Jenkins had been near his car outside a home when he was shot.
The person who shot him fled on foot between houses. Jenkins collapsed in a driveway and died.
A crowd of 200 to 300 people gathered Monday night at the shooting scene. They lit candles and released blue and silver balloons, and made a small memorial of photographs surrounded by candles.
According to Kenosha Police, the crowd was largely peaceful but a few became unruly, throwing bottles at police and attempting to flip a parked car.
Police are continuing to investigate the shooting, Lt. James Beller said.
On Tuesday, a 20-year-old Kenosha man was charged with fleeing and eluding police for a chase that began during the investigation of the homicide.
According to the criminal complaint, an officer in the area after the shooting saw a thin man in a hooded sweatshirt coming out of the garden area of Frank Elementary School and getting into the passenger side of sedan, which then sped north on 19th Avenue.
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