DICKSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) — The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) is investigating a deadly shooting that left a Dickson County deputy injured and a man dead Friday evening.
On Friday, March 24, deputies were dispatched to the 1000 block of Potter Road around 5 p.m. to conduct a welfare check at a residence.
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According to preliminary investigation, while deputies were speaking to an individual at the address, a man — later identified as 52-year-old Mark Engele — reportedly went inside the home with another person and refused to come out or let the individual leave.
While officials were attempting negotiations, Engele reportedly fired shots at deputies from inside the residence.
A Dickson County deputy was struck in the left arm and transported to a local hospital in stable condition, according to the Dickson County sheriff.
In a release, the TBI stated that additional shots were fired at the scene around 8:30 p.m. and Engle was fatally wounded.
At this time, TBI agents are working to determine the series of events that led to the deadly shooting.
Authorities told News 2 that a woman who was being held inside the home is safe. No other officers or individuals were injured during the incident.
The shooting remains under investigation. No further details have been made available at this time.
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