Surveillance shows Milwaukee triple shooting, Tommy Bush pleads not guilty

Chilling surveillance shows what led up to a deadly shooting outside a Milwaukee bar near 6th and Cleveland Feb. 27. The video was played in court Thursday, March 10 as Tommy Bush pleaded not guilty to homicide and other charges.

Milwaukee police say Bush, 49, interrupted a birthday party by hitting on a woman during the celebration at La Pasadita. 

Shooting investigation at 6th and Cleveland, Milwaukee

"Mr. Tommy Bush appears in the video confronting them, armed with a firearm," said Detective Martin Saavedra.

Milwaukee police say 49-year-old bush interrupted a birthday party by hitting on a woman during the celebration.

Tommy Bush

"The male was asked to leave and escorted out of the establishment," said Detective Thaddeus Schimmels.

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Once outside, police say Bush pulled out a gun.

"Mr. Tommy Bush is then observed producing a firearm and appears to be racking it, which is loading a round in the chamber," said Saavedra. "He then is observed tucking that firearm in the small of his back."

Milwaukee detectives say Bush started shooting at three men as they stood near an SUV. Giordano Colon-Delgado, 30, his brother, Christian Colon-Delgado, 29 and Luis Santana, 52, were hit.

Police say Christian Colon-Delgado -- shot 12 times -- died at the scene.

Giordano Colon-Delgado, Norma Delgado, Christian Colon-Delgado

"The other two victims attempt to get away as Tommy Bush is continuing to fire," said Saavedra.

Police say after that, Bush walked away.

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Bush's attorney moved to dismiss the case, but the judge said he found cause to believe a felony was committed. 

Tommy Bush

Bush pleaded not guilty on Thursday to five charges:

  • First-degree intentional homicide
  • First-degree recklessly endangering safety (two counts)
  • Possession of a firearm by a felon
  • Bail jumping (felony)

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