Driver says he gave handgun to Nash Fiske before police shooting

The scene of an officer-involved shooting in Two Rivers. Nov. 5, 2019. (WBAY Photo)

MANITOWOC, Wis. (WBAY) - Nash Fiske was shot and killed by a Two Rivers police officer after police pulled over the car Fiske was riding in. A document filed in Manitowoc County court reveals the man police say was driving that car told investigates he gave a handgun to his passenger shortly before the traffic stop.

We still haven't been told the circumstances, but at some point Officer Dakota Gamez fired his weapon, killing Fiske (see related story).

The criminal complaint against William Langrick, 31, of Fox Crossing says Langrick was pulled over by Officer Gamez on Nov. 4 shortly before midnight.

Gamez noticed the smell of marijuana and Langrick "removed a green substance from a pocket" which he said was marijuana.

The complaint then jumps forward to Langrick being interviewed later and admitting there were two handguns in his car, including a black semi-automatic he handed to his passenger while at a gas station.

Four glass jars of marijuana, totaling more than 558 grams (19.68 ounces), were found in the trunk of his car. Another 21 grams (3/4 of an ounce) was found in a sandwich bag in the glove compartment.

Langrick was charged last week with possession of a firearm by a felon, possession of THC, and possession of THC with intent to deliver.

Langrick was scheduled to make his initial appearance in Manitowoc County court Monday afternoon.