Details remain sketchy in two shooting deaths by sheriff’s officers Monday night in Kewaunee and Columbia counties. Names of the victims and the officers involved have not been released, as the state investigates both incidents. Kewaukee County Sheriff Matt Joski says he’s still trying to figure out where that suspect was shot, saying there were “multiple locations” with “multiple officers” involved — and all the sheriff could say was that it was not “necessarily tied to a residential location, nor was it was the result of a traffic stop.” In the Columbia County case, state Professional Police Association director Jim Palmer says it appears that officers knew they were responding to a house where a person made threats to shoot and kill anyone. A deputy was put on administrative leave for shooting the suspect after responding to a domestic violence call in Pardeeville.