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Tyran Lamb biography: 13 things about Milwaukee, Wisconsin man

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Tyran Christamar Lamb was an African-American man from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. He is the firstborn son of Tahnisha Lamb.

Tahnisha described Tyran as a kindhearted individual and the type of person that pushed others to be the best that they could be. She said he was a charismatic, sociable and fun person who could brighten up a whole room with his smile.

Tyran was left-handed and 6’1″ tall. Here are 13 more things about him:

Tyran Christamar Lamb
Tyran Christamar Lamb
  1. In 2010, he was convicted of criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct with use of a dangerous weapon. Judge Daniel Konkol imposed and stayed House of Correction time and gave him community service. (a)
  2. On March 31, 2011, he was convicted in Milwaukee for damage to property and disorderly conduct. (b)
  3. On March 7, 2014, he was convicted in Milwaukee for armed robbery. Judge Joseph Donald sentenced him to three years in prison and five years extended supervision. (a)(b)
  4. On March 19, 2014, he was booked into the Dodge Correctional Institution (DCI) in Waupun, Wisconsin. On May 27, 2014, he was transferred to the Jackson Correctional Institution (JCI) in Black River Falls, Wisconsin. (b)
  5. On December 16, 2014, he was transferred back to the DCI. On December 17, 2014, he was transferred to the Winnebago Correctional Center (WCC) in Winnebago, Wisconsin. (b)
  6. On January 26, 2015, he was transferred to Oshkosh Correctional Institution (OCI) in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. (b)
  7. He was transferred back to the WCC on February 20, 2015 and back to the DCI on May 12, 2015. He was transferred to a supervised living facility on May 14, 2015 then to the Stanley Correctional Institution (SCI) on July 27, 2015. (b)
  8. On February 25, 2016, he was transferred to the Fox Lake Correctional Institution (FLCI) in Fox Lake, Wisconsin. On May 3, 2016, he was released from the FLCI. (a)
  9. In 2017, he was found guilty of fleeing or eluding an officer while operating a vehicle. Judge Pedro Colon sentenced him to one year in prison and one year of extended supervision, ordered him to go to school and obtain and maintain employment and prohibited him from committing new law violations. (a)
  10. In 2019, he was found guilty of eluding an officer. Judge Michelle A. Havas sentenced him to one year in state prison with one-year extended supervision, ordered him absolute sobriety and random urine screens and prohibited him from driving without a valid license. (a)
  11. In May 2020, he was released on extended supervision from the Milwaukee Secure Detention Facility. The Wisconsin Department of Corrections listed him in active community supervision through November 15, 2022. (a)
  12. On August 22, 2021, Greenfield Police Department officers stopped him in Greenfield, Wisconsin. After exchanging gunshots with the officers, one male officer, then 36, was critically injured and he was fatally shot. On September 30, 2021, the department released edited footage of the incident. Since he was a convicted felon on active community supervision, he was not allowed to possess a gun at the time of the shooting. (c)
  13. He died at the age of 31. He was survived by his mother, his pregnant girlfriend Shanairra Rodgers and their sons Kylan Lamb and Kaleb Lamb. (c)(d)(e)
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  1. The family wants answers. Here are some answers. Tyran Lamb was a dangerous convicted felon who fled a police stop, dangerously violated many traffic laws putting citizens in danger, resisted clear police commands to put up his hands, chose to draw first and shoot first while being held at police gunpoint, and while fleeing on foot from the accident scene, shot a police officer three times. While Tyran Lamb may have had family somewhere that “loved” him, he was an immediate and obvious danger to society. So, the fact that Tyran Lamb may have been “charismatic, sociable, and fun” is completely overshadowed by his reckless disregard for human life and decent, orderly society. Furthermore, his “kindheartedness” failed to show when he fled, put innocent civilians and motorists in danger, and attempted to murder police officers. Society and those who obey society’s laws, work hard, and contribute toward the good of others, are far better off now that Tyran Lamb, and any other criminal felon like him, are no longer with us.

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  2. Sorry for the family. Glad the Leo will make a full recovery. Lamb steered his way into the grave. Repeat offender hell-bent on ignoring society’s rules and judge’s orders. I am surprised there aren’t more casualties from his self-destructive behaviors.

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