Police: Hundreds of rounds of ammunition and ballistic vests among items found in Middleton shooter's home
Documents show what police found after searching Anthony Tong's home following a workplace shooting in Middleton. Items included hundreds of rounds of ammunition, rifle parts with silencer attachments, three ballistic vests, and computers, according to the search warrant.
On Sept. 19, Tong opened fire at his job WTS Paradigm. Three people were treated for gunshot wounds. Tong was shot and killed after exchanging gun fire with two Dane County deputies and two Middleton police officers.
Dane County Judge, Stephen Ehlke authorized a no-knock warrant on Sept. 19, according to the search warrant, for 9738 Gilded Cider Blvd. This home is on Madison's far west side.
Once inside, officers found a variety of items including:
- hundreds of round of ammunition for a wide variety of weapons
- .177 cal pellet gun
- miscellaneous gun parts
- zip ties & masks
- Sig Sauer pistol box with ammunition
- hand written note near computers
- several computers & file cabinets
- AR and pistol parts
- ballistic helmet
-3 ballistic vests
- a shipping box from combat armory in Deerborn, MI
- black gun powder
Documents also reveal one eye witness account. The witness confirmed to officers that Tong was a co-worker and started firing a handgun in WTS Paradigm on Sept. 19.
The documents also reveal that a special agent interviewed one of the victims who was shot 10 times.