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Update: Suspect Identified in Fatal Shooting in Tomahawk
Published on 11/17/2017 under News On Thursday, November 16 at approximately 5:47 pm members of the Tomahawk Police Department were dispatched to 205 W. Mohawk Drive in reference to a person with a gunshot wound. The officers arrived on the scene and learned that there was a person with a gunshot wound in the driveway.  Officers discovered that a 52 year old male sustained multiple gunshot wounds.  Officers discovered other information that assisted in determining the caliber of the bullet.  Tomahawk EMS arrived on the scene and the victim was transported to Ascension Sacred Heart.  The male victim was fatally wounded during the altercation.  The male was later identified as Charles L. Ramp. The investigation revealed that a 32 year old male allegedly shot the 52 year old male in the driveway.  It was discovered that the two males were familiar with each other.  The alleged shooter was identified as Eric Lee Moen.  He is a white male that resided in the Wausau area.  The suspect fled the scene and was later located in Chippewa County.  Officers were able to develop information from the alleged suspect and recovered the firearm.  The motive for the shooting remains unknown.  Wisconsin Department of Justice Crime Lab processed the scene and secured the evidence.  The alleged shooter was transported to the Lincoln County Jail. Agents from the Wisconsin Department of Criminal Investigations, Troopers with the Wisconsin State Patrol, Deputies from the Lincoln County Sheriff's Department and the Wisconsin Department of Justice Crime Scene Response Unit all arrived on scene and assisted with the investigation. The alleged shooter was transported to the Lincoln County Jail.  Tomahawk Police Department was further assisted by the Wausau Police Department, Everest Metro Police Department, Lake Hallie Police Department, Chippewa County Sheriff's Office, Tomahawk EMS and Lincoln County Coroners Office. A charge of First Degree Intentional Homicide was referred to the Lincoln County District Attorney's Office.  The case remains under investigation by the Tomahawk Police Department.  Anyone with information is asked to contact Tomahawk Police at 453-2121.
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Update: Victim Identified in Fatal Tomahawk Shooting
Published on 11/17/2017 under News One man is dead, another is in custody following a shooting Thursday night in Tomahawk. Tomahawk Police Chief Al Elvins released additional information on last night's incident at a news conference Friday. He says officers were called to a home on West Mohawk Drive at just before 6pm. The victim, a resident at the home, was shot in the driveway. He was transported to Sacred Heart Hospital and later died. He has been identified as 52 year old Charles K. Ramp. The suspect was taken into custody at a business in Lake Hallie in Chippewa County overnight. He is a 32 year old male from Wausau. His name is being withheld at this time. Elvins says the suspect arrived at the home and spoke with two other individuals in the residence prior to the shoot. The suspect and victim knew each other for approximately 4 years. Elvins did not know an immediate motive. Elvins said the suspect provided the location of a long gun used in the incident, which has been recovered. One of the shots struck the home, and debris from that shot did injure another in the home. Elvins said they have received assistance from the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office, Department of Justice, and the Department of Criminal Investigation. He says they will continue to keep the media updated on the investigation.
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Man Arrested Following in Standoff Oneida County
Published on 11/17/2017 under News A Rhinelander man was arrested following an hours long standoff yesterday morning. The Oneida County Sheriff Office was initially called to a home in the town of Crescent for a man with a knife threatening himself and others. It was indicated that several others, including a child, were in the home at the time. When deputies arrived, those individuals were able to safely leave. Approximately 6 hours after the initial call, deputies took 21 year old Matthew Smith into custody. No injuries were reported. The case remains under investigation.
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52nd Venison Feed Kicks Off Hunting Season
Published on 11/17/2017 under News For more than a half century hunters passing through Tomahawk have been able to get a taste of venison before opening day. Of course, we're talking about the annual Venison Feed in downtown Tomahawk. Each year, on the Friday preceding the hunt, the west end of Main Street turns orange. Locals gather with out of town hunters, to share stories and camaraderie, while also getting a free venison burger. The event is now in it's 52nd year. It's organized by the Tomahawk Chamber, but it's truly a community event with volunteers manning the grills and even contributing the meat. If you'd like to stop by and grab a bite, they'll be serving up at their traditional location in front of the Post Office while supplies last.
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Hatchet Swimming and Diving Team Competes at State
Published on 11/10/2017 under Sports Tomahawk has advanced ten events to the WIAA State Swimming and Diving Championships on Friday at the UW Natatorium in Madison. The diving competition is at 2:30 pm, with the timed swimming finals at 6:30 pm. State Qualifiers for Tomahawk include: Diving -Karlie Woodall 200 Medley Relay: Megan and Kirstin Marcks, Katy Volz, and Kaylie Svacina 200 and 500 Freestyles - Kylee Theiler 50 and 100 Freestyles - Rachel Dallman 100 Backstroke - Megan Marcks 100 Breaststroke - Kaylie Svacina 200 and 400 Relays - Katy Volz, Kylee Theiler, Shelby Benaszeski, and Rachel Dallman WJJQ will have a preview of the meet on on Friday at 12:30 pm and 5:10 pm, and the podcast will be available at the Audio Center of wjjq.com.
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Tomahawk Swimming & Diving Team Members Competing at WIAA State Meet
Published on 11/09/2017 under Sports Tomahawk has advanced ten events to the WIAA State Swimming and Diving Championships on Friday at the UW Natatorium in Madison. The diving competition is at 2:30 pm, with the timed swimming finals at 6:30 pm. State Qualifiers for Tomahawk include: Diving -Karlie Woodall 200 Medley Relay: Megan and Kirstin Marcks, Katy Volz, and Kaylie Svacina 200 and 500 Freestyles - Kylee Theiler 50 and 100 Freestyles - Rachel Dallman 100 Backstroke - Megan Marcks 100 Breaststroke - Kaylie Svacina 200 and 400 Relays - Katy Volz, Kylee Theiler, Shelby Benaszeski, and Rachel Dallman WJJQ will have a preview of the meet on Friday afternoon and evening.
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Tomahawk Hatchet Girls Swimming and Diving Team Win Sectional
Published on 11/06/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Girls Swimming and Diving Team finished in first place on Saturday at the WIAA Sectional Meet at University of Wisconsin Stevens Point.  The Hatchets scored 345 points.  Rice Lake was second, River Falls was third and Medford finished fourth. Tomahawk has advanced ten events to the WIAA State Swimming and Diving Championships on Friday at the UW Natatorium in Madison.  The diving competition is at 2:30 pm, with the timed swimming finals at 6:30 pm. State Qualifiers for Tomahawk include: Diving -Karlie Woodall 200 Medley Relay: Megan and Kirstin Marcks, Katy Volz, and Kaylie Svacina 200 and 500 Freestyles - Kylee Theiler 50 and 100 Freestyles - Rachel Dallman 100 Backstroke - Megan Marcks 100 Breaststroke - Kaylie Svacina 200 and 400 Relays - Katy Volz, Kylee Theiler, Shelby Benaszeski, and Rachel Dallman Every single swimmer and diver set personal records at this meet, a feat never accomplished in previous school history.  Tomahawk qualified in 10 of 12 events, another new record. Complete WIAA Division Two Sectional Results
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