Hamilton County Sheriff's Office Investigating Deputy-Involved Shooting Saturday Afternoon

Saturday, September 14, 2019
Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office personnel are on the scene of a deputy-involved shooting near the 7900 block of Sue Drive. 

Deputies responded to a call involving a suicidal party. The shooting occurred at approximately 2 p.m. 

One suspect was pronounced deceased at the scene and all Sheriff’s Office personnel involved are safe and accounted for. 

The Tennessee Bureau of investigation will be investigating this incident as per the Hamilton County District Attorney's Office. 

The deputies involved in the Incident will be placed on administrative leave with pay as per agency policy.
Any further questions regarding the shooting should be directed to the investigating agency which is the Tennessee Bureau Investigation or District Attorney Neal Pinkston.

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