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Forest County man arrested for attempted first-degree homicideSubmitted: 02/04/2013
Story By WJFW News Team


ARMSTRONG CREEK - An Armstong Creek woman and child got out safely Sunday night after her husband fired a gun in their home.

Forrest Schaller is being held for attempted first degree homicide in the Crandon jail.

Police say he pointed a gun at his wife and later fired a shot in their home near Armstrong Creek.

Forest County Deputies talked Schaller into leaving the house peacefully.

The woman and child were found safe, and Schaller was arrested.

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