Oshkosh officers involved in deadly shooting identified

OSHKOSH, Wis. - UPDATE:

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The two Oshkosh Police officers involved in a deadly shooting on Monday have been identified.

The Oshkosh Police Department says officers Aaron Achterberg and Kyle Roberts were involved in the shooting death of Isaiah Tucker, 28.

Officer Achterberg has been with Oshkosh Police for nine years and Officer Roberts is a six year veteran with the department.

The Wisconsin Division of Criminal Investigations is still investigating the incident.

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UPDATE:

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The man killed in the officer-involved shooting in Oshkosh has been identified as Isaiah Tucker, 28. 

Police officers say Tucker was found in a shed in the 800-block of W. 6th Avenue after police officers shot at Tucker in the 300-block of Knapp Street.

According to Oshkosh Police Chief Smith, police responded to a call from a resident. The caller said a man was trying to take items from their home, along with their car. When Police arrived on scene they saw a vehicle crashed through the door of a garage and was stuck in the yard. Chief Smith says on officer tried to remove Tucker when he accelerated toward the other officer, who opened fire.

Tucker fled in the vehicle and was found hiding in a shed, suffering from gunshot wounds.

Both officers were wearing body cameras. The cameras have been turned over to the state Division of Criminal Investigation, which is handling the investigation.

The officers involved have been placed on administrative leave. 

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UPDATE:

The Department of Criminal Investigation has confirmed that this is an officer involved death investigation.

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OSHKOSH - Oshkosh Police confirm the Department of Criminal Investigation is investigating an officer-involved shooting.

Police say it happened at 2:20 Monday morning on the south side of Oshkosh. An Oshkosh Police Officer shot an individual during a police investigation.

Oshkosh Police say the public is not in danger.

 

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