The Oneida County Sheriff’s office says its investigation into a pair of deaths in Oneida County is far from complete.
At a press conference Wednesday, Sheriff Grady Hartman said his office would be careful about any further information released to the public.
“This is an ongoing investigation that only began three days ago. There is still a great deal that needs to be accomplished before the investigation is complete. Releasing any more information may compromise the case, and hinder Martinson’s right to a fair trial.”
Investigators have determined the causes of death for two people found dead in Oneida County Sunday.
The Oneida County Sheriff’s office says 37-year-old Thomas Ayers died from firearm injuries, while his wife 40-year-old Jennifer Ayers died from knife wounds.
The suspect in the killings is Jennifer Ayer’s 17-year-old daughter.
The Rhinelander area teen will be charged in Oneida county with two counts of first degree intentional homicide and three counts of false imprisonment when she and another person return here from Indiana.
Proponents of an iron mine in northern Wisconsin are disappointed that Gogebic Taconite has closed its Hurley office and appears to be backing away from its plan to mine the area.
State Senator Tom Tiffany of Hazelhurst blames federal EPA regulations that he says make wetland remediation cost-prohibitive.
“Whereas at the state level, we set certainty into our bill so they knew what our costs are going to be, they’re not sure at the federal level what those costs are going to be. So that’s certainly had a chilling effect and impacted their decision.”