DCSO finishes investigation into police shooting of Quadren Wilson with key questions still unanswered

MADISON, Wis. — Officials with the Dane County Sheriff’s Office said Wednesday they’ve finished their investigation into the police shooting of Quadren Wilson but that some follow-up work is still underway.

Files from the investigation have since been turned over to the Dane County District Attorney’s Office for review, but some crucial questions remain unanswered in the wake of the Feb. 3 incident.

“Since the reports were turned over, the District Attorney has requested additional evidentiary follow-up, which is being completed,” the sheriff’s office said in a news release Wednesday night.

To date, the sheriff’s office has not confirmed how many times Wilson was shot or how many times the two state agents involved in the shooting fired their guns during an attempted arrest on Madison’s far east side.

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In total, 21 law enforcement officers were involved in the incident, but authorities have not offered any clarity on why so many officers were involved in the attempted arrest. Wilson was charged with a narcotics charge roughly two weeks after the shooting, but a criminal complaint filed in that case makes no mention of the Feb. 3 incident.

Last month, he was sentenced to three years in prison as part of a plea agreement.

According to initial medical records shared by Wilson’s attorney Steve Eisenberg, the 38-year-old suffered five wounds to his back during the incident. Eisenberg said doctors found one bullet and several fragments when Wilson was first admitted. More than a month after he was first hospitalized, Wilson was re-admitted to UW Hospital for further treatment of his wounds, which Eisenberg said required another round of surgery.

A copy of a Department of Corrections apprehension request indicated Wilson was wanted on a parole violation but did not specify what the violation was. The apprehension request also indicated to law enforcement that Wilson had a history related to firearms, but DCSO authorities have since said Wilson was unarmed at the time of the incident.

DCSO: No evidence Quadren Wilson had weapon at time of arrest