The shooting of a Wisconsin man by a man suspected of having a firearm while visiting family in the city of Green Bay has been ruled an accident.
The shooting happened on Wednesday night when a police officer was responding to a 911 call for a domestic violence call.
The officer found the 32-year-old man with a gunshot wound to the head.
He was taken to a local hospital and pronounced dead at 4:30am.
The shooter was not identified but authorities believe he was armed and dangerous.
He is now in custody and has been charged with reckless homicide, reckless discharge of a firearm and reckless discharge by a peace officer.
He remains in police custody.
Police have not identified the shooter.
The incident was first reported to the Green Bay Police Department, and police say it was then turned over to the Wisconsin Department of Justice for further investigation.
The city of Wisconsin has already been hit hard by the shooting, with three people killed and three others injured.