Who was Jessica McKisick? bio, wiki, Age, Murder, Police Report

Jessica McKisick
Jessica McKisick

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Jessica McKisick and other family members whose bodies were found after a fire swept through their Wisconsin apartment building died in an apparent murder-suicide, police said Monday.


Jessica McKisick age not to be precise yet.


All six “had a single gunshot wound,” Hartland Police Chief Torin Misko said at a press conference Monday night, WISN reports.

Connor McKisick, the children’s father and stepfather, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, Misko said, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

Detectives found “evidence of an ignitable liquid” inside the family’s apartment “where it normally would not be located,” he said.

“This is a tragic incident for the family of the deceased, our first responders, and the Hartland community,” Misko said.

The shocking deaths came to light Friday morning when a fire tore through a four-family apartment building in the village of Hartland.

Firefighters who responded to reports about a fire at 5:11 a.m. worked tirelessly to extinguish the massive blaze and evacuate people from the building 700 block of Mansfield Court, the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.

Ten residents were able to escape. But firefighters recovered the bodies of two adults and four children from one of the apartments.

On Sunday, the Hartland Police Department identified the deceased adults in a news release as Connor and Jessica McKisick. The dead children were identified as a 14-year-old girl, a 12-year-old girl, and two 3-year-old boys.

Their schools identified the girls as Natalie Kleemeier,14, and Sofina Kleemeier, 12, WISN reports.

Misko said the twins were the sons of Connor and Jessica.

Misko said details about how and when each died are still under investigation.

A friend of the girls set up a GoFundMe “to help Natalie’s family pay for her and her siblings’ funerals.”

Village Administrator Ryan Bailey said the fire displaced three families at the press conference.

The village is collecting gift cards to help families in desperate need of food and clothing.

Bailey said gift cards could be delivered to the second floor of Hartland Village Hall, 210 Cottonwood Ave., between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

He said that the Fox Bros. Piggly Wiggly, at 505 Cottonwood Ave., in Hartland, is also accepting donations.

The following GoFundMe fundraisers have been started for the three families:

Father, mother, and two sons: bit.ly/3gFY8O0

Mother and three kids: bit.ly/3eZMM79

A couple in the building: https://www.gofundme.com/f/hartland-fire

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