Here is the latest Wisconsin news from The Associated Press at 9:40 p.m. CDT

WESTON, Wis. (AP) – Police in northern Wisconsin say an officer and three other people were killed in what apparently began as a domestic dispute in a bank. Everest Metro Police Chief Wally Sparks said the slain officer was from his department. Sparks did not release the officer’s name. The names of the other three dead also were not released. Sparks said a suspect was in custody.

DETROIT (AP) – A woman has been convicted of kidnapping a Detroit-area college student in 2000 after years of living under a different name in Wisconsin. Kim Johns was found guilty Wednesday of kidnapping and other crimes in Detroit federal court. She was captured a year ago living under an alias in Marathon County, Wisconsin. The government alleged that Johns was upset because the woman was ending their relationship.

MILWAUKEE (AP) – Authorities say a Milwaukee housing inspector was fatally shot while on duty. Police say officers were called around 2 p.m. Wednesday. They found a man who had been shot in his car. Police Chief Edward Flynn says the Department of Neighborhood Services employee had gone to conduct a home inspection. Mayor Tom Barrett says the victim had worked for the city for 33 years. Police are searching for the killer.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) – A state committee is recommending shortening the period that dismissed and acquitted felony and misdemeanor cases remain in Wisconsin’s popular online court database. The Wisconsin Circuit Court Access Oversight Committee voted Tuesday to adopt a number of recommendations on how long to retain records in the database.