RACINE — A federal agent, originally reported to be a U.S. Marshal, is said to be in "stable condition" after being shot in the City of Racine's Georgetown neighborhood Wednesday morning.
According to a late morning alert from the Racine Police Department, the agent "was shot during a multi-jurisdictional operation" on Clairmont Street. An alert sent earlier in the morning said that the "critical incident" occurred at 3722 Clairmont St.
As of 11:40 p.m., the area remained active, with loud booms being heard.
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