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UPDATE: Lisbon man shot and killed by friend who accidentally squeezed trigger identified

Updated: 10:15 a.m. October 18, 2018

LISBON, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The names of those involved have been released in a search warrant related to the shooting death of a man in Lisbon that happened Wednesday morning.

According to the warrant, the man who was shot was the owner of the home identified as 18-year-old Austin McGuire.

McGuire was shot by 21-year-old Milwaukee man Michael Henderson-Sherrod. Sherrod claimed the shooting was an accident and he called police.

Sherrod says McGuire handed him the gun, but he didn't think it was loaded and squeezed the trigger shooting McGuire in the chest and killing him.

Authorities say marijuana and other drug paraphernalia were found in the house.

The incident is still under investigation.

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Posted: 3:38 p.m. October 17, 2018

LISBON, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The Waukesha County Sheriff's Department says they have been on the scene of a shooting in Lisbon most of Wednesday.

The original call came in just after 10:30 a.m. of a shooting involving two young men.

Officials confirm that one man shot the other, but the circumstances surrounding the shooting are not known. Deputies have detained the man they believe did the shooting.

The man that was shot has died.

"They went flying down my street, which is just a court, at like a crazy speed," said Gary Pinter who lives on the street, "One comes through, another comes through another comes through and I yelled to my wife, I said something’s going on down the street."

Pinter went down to the scene and found police outside the house of a friend.

"I wasn’t sure what was going on, I didn’t know if it was a burglary or what happened, they wouldn’t tell me anything," said Pinter, "and then they told me that there was a shooting."

He says he saw authorities talking to a man for about an hour outside the house before putting him in handcuffs and taking him away.

"This is way out of, out of the norm," said Rachel Maciejewski, who takes daily walks past that street.

She had just finished getting her kids to school when it happened.  "We did not hear any gunshots, I know it happened soon there after I got the kids on the bus," said Maciejewski.

Pinter says this kind of thing doesn't happen in their quiet neighborhood.  "There’s only 9 houses in our subdivision here, so there’s really, everybody knows everybody," said Pinter.

This is a developing story. Stay with CBS 58 for more information.

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