Tomah man turns himself in to publicly apologize for shots-fired incident
A man wanted in connection with a recent shots fired incident in the village of Camp Douglas turned himself in so he could publicly apologize for his behavior. Andrew Moseley, 26, Tomah, came to the sheriff's office March 29 and told them he was the individual who fired the shots Sunday on Main Street in the village of Camp Douglas.
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