Wisconsin postal worker and husband killed by gunfire in their home

Slain husband, wife were well known, active in their community

Law enforcement officials are investigating two gunshot fatalities discovered last Sunday at a home near Conrath. Three suspects have been arrested.

Numerous law enforcement officers responded at about 4:30 p.m., June 7, to the home, N2208 Market Rd., in the town of Marshall.

The victims have been identified as Robert D. Rosolowski, 73, and Bonnie Mae Rosolowski, 70.

Investigators have ruled the shooting a double homicide, and law enforcement has arrested and booked three suspects into the Rusk County Jail.

Arrested were Adam R. Rosolowski, 21, of Phillips, Joseph W. Falk, 17, and a juvenile male.

Investigators were at the home Monday, also interviewing those close to the couple. Crime scene tape was around the property, N2208 Market Rd. County land records show the property lists to the victims.

“We have two gunshot fatalities,” Rusk County medical examiner Jim Rassbach said.

The Rusk County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to the home after family visited and discovered the two residents deceased. Dispatch records for this incident have not been provided by the Rusk County Sheriff’s Department.

Investigators have ruled this case a double homicide.

Bonnie also was involved in the legion and was still employed as a postal worker at the U.S. Post Office in Eau Claire.

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