Man faces felony charges in relation to Neenah motorcycle shop shooting

Forty-five-year-old Brian Flatoff was taken into police custody on Wednesday, December 9 following a four-hour hostage standoff at Eagle Nation Cycles, a motorcycle shop in Neenah, Wisconsin on Saturday, December 5. In addition to facing several charges related to the standoff, Flatoff is accused of firing a bullet into the bedroom wall of his friend, Eva Lawson-Kranski, after a night of drinking.

Flatoff, who is currently detained at the Winnebago County jail in Oshkosh, is facing several felony charges such as felony reckless endangerment, being a felon in possession of a firearm, and three counts of felony bail jumping. He is yet to be charged in the Eagle Nation shooting which killed a man who worked there, 60-year-old Michael Funk.

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