The 32-year-old woman found dead at a Wauwatosa apartment complex has been identified as Lauren Johnson, the Milwaukee County medical examiner's office confirmed Wednesday.
Officers found Johnson unresponsive in the snow below a balcony while responding to a domestic disturbance call at the Normandy Village Apartment complex, where two officers also shot a man who was attacking an officer with a knife, according to Wauwatosa police.
No other information regarding Johnson's death was released by the medical examiner's office Wednesday.
Wauwatosa Police Chief Barry Weber briefed the media about the incident during a news conference Tuesday.
Wauwatosa police received a domestic disturbance 911 call at the Normandy Village Apartment complex in the 2500 block of North 124th Street around 8 p.m. Jan. 11. The caller reported hearing a woman screaming.
Shortly after officers arrived on scene, a tenant reported seeing someone jump off an outside balcony. Weber said it was not certain if Johnson was the same person seen jumping off the balcony.
The officers engaged in a foot pursuit through the apartment complex with a male suspect and a 'violent physical struggle' ensued between a 50-year-old supervising officer and a 34-year-old male suspect.
The man brandished a kitchen-style knife and repeatedly slashed and stabbed at the supervising officer, causing injuries to the officer's hands.
Two other officers on scene fired their service weapons at the man, each firing one round. Both hit the man, whose name has not yet been released. Officers performed lifesaving measures on the suspect until paramedics arrived and he was transported to the hospital.
The injured officer was released from the hospital earlier this week.
Paramedics attempted to treat Johnson, but she was pronounced dead at the scene, Weber said. She did not appear to have any visible injuries, he said.
In accordance with standard protocol, the Milwaukee Police Department will conduct the investigation on the officer-involved shooting and the Wauwatosa police officers involved in the incident have been placed on administrative leave.