POUND - The Marinette County Sheriff is releasing new details about the shooting deaths of two men. That includes their names.
It all started about 10 p.m. Monday on N. Fifth Street in the town of Pound.
The sheriff says it's been a long couple of days trying to piece it all together. Three separate crime scenes all located close together.
Wednesday afternoon, he released a timeline of events to explain it all.
Marinette County Sheriff Jerry Sauve says 26-year-old Tyler Walk made the first 911 call from the property of his family's cabin.
"There was somebody there in a vehicle," said Sauve. "And said later in the conversation, I think he has a gun."
Seven minutes later, a second call came from a house to the north.
"They heard a vehicle crash into their home and garage," said Sauve.
Tire tracks from Walk's truck can still be seen leading to the damage. Walk was taken to the hospital where he later died.
The sheriff says deputies searched the area and found a neighbor. That man, 76-year-old Manfred Eisenheim, was in his vehicle in his driveway next to the cabin. He had two guns and did not cooperate with the deputies.
"There was no statement that I've seen yet, that he blurted out anything like that. He just refused to comply with our officers requested orders," said Sauve.
Three hours after the initial 911 call, authorities say Eisenheim pointed a gun at the deputies. That's when they shot and killed Eisenheim.
The sheriff says Eisenheim's family has talked to investigators.
"We do have information that it appears to us, that there are mental issues with him."
The sheriff says Walk was not armed and died from a single gunshot wound.
"Why did he go there? Why did he do what he did? Why did Tyler go there when he did? Why did this happen, we just don't know."
And again, the sheriff says robbery was not a motive.
Three deputies have been placed on administrative leave while the investigation wraps up.
The sheriff says it's one of the most unusual, yet tragic incidents he's seen.
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