POUND - Two people are dead after a series of events in Marinette County. Investigators say they have their hands full. The deaths are surrounded with questions.
This all started around 10 p.m. Monday in the town of Pound. It began with a 911 call.
Now two people are dead from gunshot wounds, one of them was killed by sheriff's deputies.
Marinette County Sheriff Jerry Sauve recounted the victim's call for help.
"Hey, I think I'm going to need somebody out here, oh wait he's got a gun," said Sheriff Sauve.
Sauve says deputies were on the way.
"And then shortly thereafter, we get a call from the people who are awakened by a vehicle striking their house and garage," he said.
Sauve says the man in that truck had made the original 911 call.
"They took the late 20s male out of the vehicle, later determined he had a gunshot wound," said Sauve.
That man was taken to the hospital where he later died.
The sheriff says the investigation led deputies to a maroon SUV described as a possible suspect vehicle. An armored car from the Brown County Sheriff's Office was called in and pinned that vehicle just one driveway south of the cabin.
"They put lights on that vehicle, at which time they saw an older male that was armed with a long gun and a handgun. He was given multiple commands to surrender, put your weapons down, he did not comply," said Sauve.
Sauve says Marinette County deputies moved in.
"He put them in jeopardy by pointing the firearm at them and our officers shot and killed him," said Sauve.
Sauve says three deputies fired multiple shots.
"I don't know the number of shots yet at this time, we're working on that."
Sauve says those three deputies are on administrative leave until the incident is resolved.
By noon Tuesday, investigators escorted the victim's truck from the scene. The front of this Chevrolet pickup truck was a mangled reminder of the case the sheriff says has just begun.
"Why was he, going to the cabin at that hour, I don't know those reasons. Why was the other guy over there? Was there a confrontation? I don't know, we're trying to piece it all together," said Sauve.
The sheriff said it's not known if the two knew each other, but at this point robbery or burglary is being ruled out.
Sauve says autopsies were scheduled for Tuesday afternoon. He expects to release more information, including the names of the two men Wednesday.
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