HARTLANDS, Wis. – Hartland Police mentioned Monday that each one six folks – together with 4 youngsters – have been discovered lifeless after an house hearth was shot final week. One of many six, a person, seems to have shot himself.
Police Chief Torin Misko mentioned investigators discovered a “flammable liquid” not usually discovered inside an house. Nevertheless, he didn’t say whether or not the fireplace was deliberately lit or whether or not the person shot and killed his household.
Ms Misko mentioned: ‘All six of those that died at 700 Mansfield Courtroom in Hartland village had a gunshot wound. “Connor McKisick’s gunshot wound has been decided to be self-inflicted.”
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FOX6 Information has recognized a number of the lifeless as 34-year-old Connor McKisick, 33-year-old Jessica McKisick and 14-year-old Natalie Kleemeier. The opposite three have been recognized as a 12-year-old lady and two 3-year-old boys. The sheriff mentioned the 2 boys, the twins, have been the McKisicks’ sons.
Whereas a memorial rises outdoors the house constructing, detectives are nonetheless attempting to determine what occurred inside and when.
“We’re nonetheless working with the Waukesha County health worker to attempt to decide the precise time, however we consider it’s intently associated to after we known as,” Misko mentioned. it was 5:11 a.m. that morning,” Misko mentioned.
Misko additionally mentioned officers recovered “a number of weapons” from the house. The investigation remains to be open.
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“It is a tragic incident for the households of the deceased, our first responders and the Hartland neighborhood,” Misko mentioned.
The reason for demise remains to be unknown and whether or not police consider Connor McKisick shot 5 members of his household. The sheriff mentioned it may take a while to determine these solutions.
This hearth has displaced three households from their properties. Now, the neighborhood is accumulating present playing cards for households’ fast meals and clothes wants. You may carry your present playing cards to Hartland Village Corridor (210 Cottonwood Avenue), Monday by means of Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Fox Brothers Piggly Wiggly in Hartland can also be conducting present card donations.