by John Lorinc
It's a sound residents of the sleepy northern Wisconsin town of Crandon weren't used to hearing.
"Initially it sounded almost like a hammer on tin- It was loud enough to wake me, but I wasn't sure it was gunshots," said Marci Franz, who heard the shots.
Early Sunday morning, a man identified by officials as a sheriff's deputy, opened fire at a home with several occupants inside.
Local media reported the people inside were teenagers or people in their early twenties, and suggests they may have been having a party.
After a manhunt that lasted several hours and caused the entire town to be placed on lockdown, police confirmed they were no longer looking for a suspect.
People in this town of two thousand are left shaking their heads.
"It does, that someone could do that- just go crazy and shoot a bunch of people- I can't even imagine it, like really," Shelby Votis, who lived near the shooting scene, said.