Wisconsin man fatally wounded in officer-involved shooting at I-90 White Lake rest stop
MINNEAPOLIS -- The FBI has identified the man who was killed in an officer-involved shooting on Jan. 13 at a White Lake rest stop along Interstate 90.
MINNEAPOLIS - The FBI has identified the man who was killed in an officer-involved shooting on Jan. 13 at a White Lake rest stop along Interstate 90.
Officials with the FBI Minneapolis Division said Nathan Thoe, 34, of Hortonville, Wisconsin, was fatally wounded in the shooting. The FBI said Thoe was the subject of an ongoing investigation by federal authorities, and said Thoe was known to be in and around the Pierre area for several months.
On Jan. 13, federal officers from more than one agency attempted to serve an arrest warrant on Thoe. During the arrest at the White Lake rest stop, Thoe was shot and killed.
FBI officials said the investigation into the shooting continue and no further information will be available pending the outcome of the investigation.
The shooting occurred around 8 p.m. Sunday at the eastbound rest stop along Interstate 90. Local authorities earlier this week said the U.S. Marshals were involved with the attempt to apprehend a subject. The rest area is located in Aurora County about 5 miles east of White Lake, and about 30 miles west of Mitchell.