Nov. 9, 2:49 a.m.: Megan O’Malley gives dispatch a description of her husband, Kevin, which is relayed to officer Stephen Heimsness, arriving on the scene. Just prior to 2:50 a.m., three shots are fired.
Nov. 9, continuing: The suspect, Paul Heenan, 30, is pronounced dead at the scene. Police interview Kevin and Megan O’Malley, whose home was entered.
Nov. 12: Madison Police Chief Noble Wray holds a press conference at which he asserts that Heenan was reaching for Heimsness’ gun as the three shots were fired.
Dec. 27: The office of Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne issues a press release asserting that, according to Kevin O’Malley, who witnessed the shooting, the officer and Heenan “separated very briefly” before shots were fired. Ozanne concludes that the officer was in fear for his life and justified in using deadly force.
Jan. 3, 2013: Wray says he expects that his department will release the results of its internal investigation sometime early this week.