The Waseca man accused of shooting a Police Officer has now been formally charged. The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says 37-year-old Tyler Janovsky has been charged with three counts of attempted murder of a peace officer and possession of a firearm by an ineligible person. Waseca Police say they responded to a call of a suspicious individual with a flashlight in the backyard of a home Monday night. Authorities say during the encounter with Janovsky, 32-year-old Arik Matson was shot and officers shot Janovsky. Both men are remain hospitalized at North Memorial Hospital in Robbinsdale where there are being treated for gunshot wounds. The BCA says Waseca Police Sergeant Timothy Schroeder also fired his weapon during the incident. Authorities say Schroeder is now on administrative leave.
Waseca Man Accused of Shooting a Police Officer Has Been Formally Charged
By |2020-01-09T05:12:16-06:00January 9th, 2020|