The people involved in a pair of fatal shootings in Marinette County, Wisconsin have been identified as 26-year-old Tyler Walk and 76-year-old Manfred M. Eisenheim.
According to police, Walk contacted authorities at around 10 p.m. on Monday and said that he found a person in his family cabin off North 5th Rd. in Pound, Wisconsin. Walk then told police that the person was armed.
Police said that the next 911 call came regarding a vehicle crashing into a home in the same area. Walk was discovered in that vehicle with a gun shot wound. He was taken to Bay Area Medical Center and then transferred to a Green Bay hospital where he later died from his injury.
At around 12:50 a.m. on Tuesday morning, the police discovered Eisenheim inside a vehicle near the scene of the original 911 call by Walk. Police say that he had a gun and was attempting to start the vehicle. A Bearcat armored vehicle then pinned Eisenheim inside the vehicle.
Police say that Eisenheim refused multiple commands by the officers on scene to surrender. According to police at 1:13 a.m., shots were fired as police felt endangered when Eisenheim pointed a weapon in their direction. He was shot and killed at the scene.
Police say that a 911 call of the incident will not be released out of respect to grieving families. We will continue to follow this story and provide you more information as it becomes available.