One Hurt in Boscobel Police Standoff

BOSCOBEL, WI (Ben Caxton) — A police standoff in Boscobel has resulted in the arrest of a rural Eastman man and a woman injured by gunfire. Boscobel Police Department received a report of a male subject armed with a shotgun who had barricaded himself and a female inside a residence at 1306 Elm Street. Authorities quickly surrounded the home and evacuated neighbors. Then negotiation teams made telephone contact with the man inside, identified as 32-year-old Bryant Matti. Efforts to get Matti to surrender were unsuccessful, and a standoff ensued. Through the course of the standoff, gunshots were heard from inside the residence which forced officers to enter. Once inside the residence, they discovered a 20-year-old La Crosse woman with a gunshot wound to her lower right leg. Matti was also located and taken into custody without further incident. Both Matti and the female victim were transported to Gundersen Boscobel Hospital for medical treatment. The female victim was later transferred to Gundersen Hospitals in La Crosse. Matti was treated for minor injuries and then taken to the Grant County Jail where he was charged with Reckless Injury, Injury by Negligent Handling of a Dangerous Weapon, False Imprisonment, Criminal Trespass to a Locked Dwelling, and two counts of Bail Jumping.

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