Four injured people were flown to trauma centers after a shooting Wednesday night in Mayville, the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office reported.
The call for the shooting at the Spring Glen Apartments, 1118 Horicon St., came in to the Sheriff’s Office just before 7:25 p.m., Sheriff Dale Schmidt said. The four injured people were found at the scene, and lifesaving measures were performed before they were flown to trauma centers.
The Associated Press reported that Mayville Mayor Rob Boelk said the shooter is one of the people who were shot and is in critical condition. Authorities did not release the conditions of the others.
It has been a “troubling and disturbing night” for Mayville, Boelk told the the Fond du Lac Reporter.
Schmidt said everyone involved in the incident was accounted for and there was no threat to the public. The scene was cleared shortly before 2:45 a.m. Thursday.
Schmidt said more details would be released Thursday by the Mayville Police Department, which is leading the investigation.
Spring Glen Apartments is elderly and HUD assisted living according to its Facebook page and website.
A Mayville man was stabbed to death at a duplex in the same block April 21, 2019. Police said in July of this year the investigation into Nicholas Druecke’s death remains open.
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