Victims' Names And Charges In Chai Vang Guilty Verdict In Sawyer County

Here are the victims of the November 21st shootings in Sawyer County that led to murder charges against Chai Soua Vang, a 36-year-old truck driver from St. Paul, Minn. All were relatives and friends who gathered to hunt from a cabin on private wooded land near Exeland.

Vang was convicted on all charges Friday afternoon:


--Robert Crotteau, 42, who owned a concrete construction business in Rice Lake. He was shot once in the back.

--Joey Crotteau, 20, Robert Crotteau's son who was a partner in the concrete business. He was shot four times in the back or side.

--Denny Drew, 55, a car salesman in Rice Lake. He was shot once in the lower chest.

--Allan Laski, 43, the manager of a Rice Lake area lumber yard. He was shot three times in the back.

--Mark Roidt, 28, a friend of the Drew family who worked on a race-car pit crew with Drew. He was shot once in the head.

--Jessica Willers, 27, a nurse from Rice Lake who had moved to Green Bay. She was engaged. She was shot twice in the back.


--Lauren Hesebeck, 48, a manager at Link Brothers Ford in Rice Lake. Drew was his brother-in-law. He was shot in the shoulder.

--Terry Willers, 47, the father of Jessica Willers. He worked in the Crotteaus' concrete business. He was shot in the neck.