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'We had nothing to do with this': Milwaukee woman had just given birth when the house where she lived was set on fire during unrest

"We had nothing to do with this," Hall said in an interview with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "They didn't have to burn the home."

About 4:30 am Tuesday, Hall gave birth to a baby girl, Aleeyah.

Shortly after 10 a.m., police arrived at the three-unit house in the 2100 block of North 40th Street as part of an investigation into the two teenage girls, who had been reported missing Sunday.

When police concluded their investigation without finding the girls — or evidence of trafficking — a group of onlookers began their own search of the house.

By the time hours of chaos ended, three people had been shot, including two 14-year-olds; and 10 officers and a firefighter were injured. An unknown number of others were hurt by the tear gas and rubber bullets police fired into a scattered crowd.

The girls, ages 13 and 15, were eventually found by one of their mothers more than three miles away. Police said there was no indication the girls were ever there — or that the house was used for such activity.

Hall said almost all her belongings were destroyed when the house was set on fire.