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.