Latest: Victim of Antigo High School prom shooting released from the hospital
ANTIGO — The 18-year-old man shot and wounded outside the Antigo High School prom was released from Aspirus Wausau Hospital on Friday, April 29th.
The 18-year-old was one of two people shot and wounded after Jakob Wagner opened fire at the high school before he was fatally shot by an officer on Saturday, April 23rd.
According to a search warrant and supporting affidavit, which revealed new details, Antigo Police Patrolman Andy Hopfensperger shot Wagner multiple times to stop the attack on Saturday night, April 23rd. Wagner was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead early Sunday, April 24th.
The records say Hopfensperger and another officer were checking cars in the school parking lot when Wagner opened fire and wounded two people as they left the dance.
Hopfensperger is on paid administrative leave, which is routine for officers involved in shootings.
USA Today Network-Wisconsin reports that Hopfensperger is a three-year veteran of the Antigo Police Department.
The search warrant was filed Monday, April 25th in Langlade County Circuit Court.