VINLAND - One person is dead after a plane crash Tuesday morning at Winnebago County G near State 76, authorities confirmed. The Winnebago County Sheriff's Office and the Vinland Fire Department responded around 8:30 a.m. for a report of a plane that crashed in a field. The crash happened on County G west of State 76. The sole male occupant in the plane died, said Capt. Lara Vendola-Messer of the sheriff's department.
OSHKOSH - Firefighters battled a blaze Monday night at a nonprofit-owned home under renovation on the city's east side. The Oshkosh Fire Department responded about 7:30 p.m. to a report of a smoldering roof at 561 Bowen St. Authorities blocked off Bowen Street for at least an hour, as fire crews remained at the scene. Firefighters found smoke coming out of the back of the house and a small fire in the attic above the kitchen, Battalion Chief Dan Mrochek said.
OSHKOSH - Winnebago County District Attorney Christian Gossett announced Thursday an Oshkosh police officer who shot and killed an Oshkosh man in late July was justified in the use of deadly force. In the early hours of July 31, Achterberg and Roberts responded to the 300 block of Knapp Street, after calls accused Tucker of trying to take items form the home. Court records show Tucker lived there as recently as May.
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