Fundraiser Campaign Has Ended
This fundraiser is now complete. A total of $3,117.26 was donated to the Weiland Memorial Fund to help support the family of Detective Jason T. Weiland of Everest Metropolitan Police Department, Wisconsin.
Detective Jason Weiland was shot and killed while responding to a domestic disturbance and multiple shootings.
Police initially responded to a domestic disturbance call at a bank in Rothschild where two bank employees had been shot and killed. The subject later killed an attorney at a law office in Schofield before barricading himself inside an apartment complex near the intersection of Ross Avenue and Aspen Street in Weston.
The subject exchanged gunfire with officers from multiple agencies at the apartment complex. Detective Weiland suffered a fatal gunshot wound before the subject was taken into custody.
Detective Weiland was an 18-year veteran of law enforcement and had served with the Everest Metropolitan Police Department for 15 years. He is survived by his wife and two children.
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