Man who threaten to kill someone is shot by Thurston Co. deputy when he came out the door with a gun
Video released from the Thurston County Sheriff's Office details the moments leading up to an officer-involved shooting in July.
911 calls posted to Facebook record the conversation between dispatchers and the man who called, saying he was going to kill someone.
"911, what are you reporting?" the dispatcher asked. "Uh, domestic violence," the caller said.
"Ok, tell me what is going on," the dispatcher said. "No, you can just send police out here, or I will kill somebody," the caller stated.
In the video, you hear the deputies yell, "Drop it, drop it!" Before three gunshots go off.
Deputies are then seen entering the home to provide aid to the injured resident.
According to the Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Office, who was leading the investigation, said the man who was shot was treated at Providence St. Peter Hospital and then booked into jail on two counts of second-degree assault.
On July 6, he was released from the Thurston County Jail after it was determined he was not "an immediate risk to himself or others."