Sheriffs in Wisconsin are struggling to solve a quadruple homicide discovered in an SUV in the middle of a cornfield
· Sep 14, 2021 ·

Authorities in Wisconsin are scratching their heads over a tragedy that is as baffling as it is deeply unsettling:

On September 12, 2021 about 2:18PM the Dunn County Emergency Communications Center received a 911 call reporting a death in the Town of Sheridan in northern Dunn County. The Sheriff's Office is investigating a 4 victim homicide. The victims do not appear to have any connection to the area. The victims were found in an abandoned black SUV that was driven into a standing corn field off of a rural road in Sheridan township.

What on Earth?

Making matters slightly more confusing, the sheriff's department said that, per its ongoing investigation, it "do[es] not believe there to be present danger to the public in the area." Huh?

Four bodies in a car in the middle of a random cornfield and there's no "present danger?"

They would know better than the rest of us, of course, but... still. This is definitely a weird and unnerving crime either way.

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