Wisconsin DOJ investigating police shooting in Dunn County

The state Department of Justice is investigating after police officers shot and killed a home invasion suspect in Dunn County.

The Chippewa Herald reported that the Menomonie Police Department, Dunn County Sheriff’s Office and the UW-Stout Police Department responded around 9 p.m. Saturday to a complaint of someone breaking into an apartment, threatening the homeowner and firing a gun.

WISCONSIN SHOOTING LEAVES 5 INJURED, 3 HOSPITALIZED

Wisconsin’s Department of Justice is investigating a shooting by police in Dunn County. The suspect was accused of breaking into an apartment, stealing homeowners car, and threatening them with a gun.

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According to police, the suspect stole the homeowner’s vehicle. Police eventually stopped the vehicle in Menomonie. During the stop, officers from Menomonie and a Dunn County Sheriff’s Office deputy opened fire, killing the vehicle’s driver.