The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is investigating four different hunting gun-related incidents that happened over the opening weekend of deer season, including one that is being treated as a criminal investigation. Law enforcement are looking for information after a man was shot Sunday morning in the Washburn County Town of Minong.
The WI DNR is seeking the public’s help in the case of an adult male shot while deer hunting in Washburn County on Sunday, Nov. 24, of the opening weekend of the annual gun deer season, which so far has four hunting incidents.https://t.co/hiHSNzAM8t
— Wisconsin DNR (@WDNR) November 24, 2019
Two hunters shot themselves in the left foot with their own weapons, one in Oneida County and one in Marantion County. In Fond Du Lac County, wardens report that a hunter fired at a running deer and instead struck a 19-year-old woman in the hand.