All five officers named in an officer-involved shooting in northern Marinette County have been cleared. Marinette County’s District Attorney DeShea Morrow has determined that the death of a Milwaukee man in the Town of Goodman in October was justified and no charges will be brought against those authorities. According to reports, on October 23rd, 62-year-old John Lipski contacted Marinette County Dispatch and informed them he’d just killed his best friend. Lipski told dispatch he wanted to die and also stated multiple times that if police came, he would shoot them. Officers responded and when they arrived on scene Lipski was seen leaving the home with a gun in his hand. Lipski left the scene in a SUV and was followed by police. He drove down an RV trail where his vehicle eventually came to a stop and Lipski exited holding the gun. After several commands from police to drop the weapon, Lipski allegedly raised his gun and pointed it at deputies. Officers fired in response, killing Lipski. Inside the home where the suspect had been, authorities found another male, 62-year-old Richard Gibbs, also of Milwaukee, who had died from an apparent gunshot wound. The Marinette County officers had been placed on administrative leave during the investigation. They each had between 4 and 27 years of experience in law enforcement.