Murdered Milwaukee barber in pizza restaurant described as mentor, good person

A Milwaukee barber was shot and killed Thursday at Domino’s Pizza on Lovers Lane and Silver Spring Drive. The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner identified him as Dominic Carter, 35. Carter owned Hair Trappers, a barbershop a few yards from Domino’s where he was killed. Her mother spoke to 12 News by phone on Friday. She said her son was a good person, a father of seven and a mentor. Carter ran a youth mentorship program at her barbershop to teach children her skills and motivate them to become entrepreneurs themselves. “said Barbara Green, Carter’s former teacher at the Institute for Career Empowerment.” He always wanted to be able to do something that had to do with children, that had to do with young people. And he was able to do it. Green said she was heartbroken when she heard the news. “He knew the streets but he also knew the word,” she said. “There was a call on his life, something that God wanted him to do. And he was doing it his way. Not the traditional way, but his way and he was reaching people that others couldn’t reach. And that’s what makes him so sad, because he made a difference. ”Business owners nearby agreed. “Every Sunday he would take boys to clean the parking lot and buy them pizza,” said a worker. “He was a good person.” Milwaukee Police have no suspects at this time. Anyone with information is asked to contact Milwaukee Police at (414) 935-7360 or Crime Stoppers at (414) 224-TIPS or P3 Tips App to remain anonymous.

A Milwaukee barber was gunned down Thursday at Domino’s Pizza on Lovers Lane and Silver Spring Drive.

The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner identified him as Dominic Carter, 35.

Carter owned Hair Trappers, a barbershop a short walk from Domino’s where he was killed.

Her mother spoke to 12 News by phone on Friday. She said her son was a good person, a father of seven and a mentor.

Carter ran a youth mentorship program at her barbershop to teach children her skills and motivate them to become entrepreneurs themselves.

“He always wanted to be an entrepreneur,” said Barbara Green, Carter’s former teacher at the Institute for Career Empowerment. “He always wanted to be able to do something that had to do with children, that had to do with young people. And he was able to do it.”

Green said she was heartbroken when she heard the news.

“He knew the streets but he also knew the word,” she said. “There was a call on his life, something that God wanted him to do. And he was doing it his way. Not the traditional way, but his way and he was reaching people that others couldn’t reach. . And that’s what makes him so sad, because he made a difference. “

Nearby business owners agree.

“Every Sunday he would take boys to clean the parking lot and buy them pizza,” said a worker. “He was a good person.”

Milwaukee Police have no suspects at this time. Anyone with information is asked to contact Milwaukee Police at (414) 935-7360 or Crime Stoppers at (414) 224-TIPS or P3 Tips App to remain anonymous.

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