UPDATE: Everest Metro Police Chief Wally Sparks confirmed one of his officers died and three other people were killed after a shooting with a suspect near Wausau on Wednesday.
Police wouldn't share any of the victims' names or ages, but said the suspect is in custody and no one else is in danger.
The state Department of Justice's Division of Criminal Investigation has been called in to assist local police. Officers did not take any questions at a brief news conference Wednesday night. A DCI spokesman said there would be another media briefing either Thursday morning or afternoon.
At least two people were hurt in what police think was a domestic situation in the Wausau area Wednesday afternoon. That includes a police officer, but Wausau police haven't said yet which department that officer is from or who they are.
The Rothschild Police Department said in a press release that officers were called to the Marathon Savings Bank on E. Grand Avenue around 12:30 p.m.
Officers responding to the scene found two people who had apparently been shot. The suspect left the scene before police got there. That led to three total scenes, including a response to what appeared to be a standoff at an apartment complex on Aspen Street and Ross Avenue in Weston.
"This is a complex, ongoing investigation involving three crime scenes and multiple victims of shootings at those locations," Wausau Police Captain Todd Baeten said during an afternoon press conference.
Several police departments from Marathon County responded to the scene. The Wisconsin Department of Justice's Division of Criminal Investigation has been called in for assistance.
This story will be updated.