Federal warrant issued for drive-by suspect

Courtesy town of Menasha police

TOWN OF MENASHA - Police in the town of Menasha are now working with the FBI to try to track down a suspect in a nearly three-year-old shooting.

Officers have been looking for Ger Chang since shortly after a shooting Aug. 13, 2011, at Asian Taste Nightclub, 236 W. Calumet St. That night, someone drove through the parking lot and fired several shots toward the building. One man was shot, and several cars were damaged due to gunfire. The man who was shot spent several days in the hospital.

Three men have been convicted in the case, but Chang, the suspected shooter, still has not been found. Since the 29-year-old Sheboygan man has ties to the Green Bay and Minneapolis/St. Paul areas, police are working with the FBI. A federal arrest warrant was issued June 30, accusing Chang of unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.

Anyone with information is asked to call town of Menasha police at (920) 720-7109. You may also call your local FBI office; those in other countries may contact the nearest American embassy or consulate.