Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-06-15 16:00:41 –
Westmoreland, Tennessee (WTVF) — Macon County Sgt. According to Macon County Sheriff Mark Gammons, a gunshot killed a subject when lawmakers responded to reports that Kyle Petty was injured and a man with a gun behaved irrationally and scared people. It was.
Sheriff Gammons told NewsChannel on Tuesday afternoon that five lawmakers had responded to a house in block 1700 on West Stinson Road. Upon arriving there, the man reportedly ignored their order to put down a rifle and fired at lawmakers. They turned the fire back and urged the man to hide in the house.
After a while, more lawmakers arrived and the man returned with a rifle. The rifle was first put on his head, then pulled down and fired at the legislators again, attacking Sgt. Do the little things twice.
The other lawmakers turned the fire back, beat the man, and he staggered back home. He was later found dead in the house.
Sgt. Petty, wearing a bulletproof vest, was hit on her back and legs. Other lawmakers then turned the fire back and killed the shooter. Sheriff Gammons said the injured lieutenant was seriously injured and was taken to the Vanderbilt University Medical Center, but he is expected to survive.
Sgt. Petty is a 15-year veteran of the sheriff’s office.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is expected to file a proceeding. Gunman’s name has not been published.
Westmoreland Police Chief Stephen Jolly has revealed that his home is in Macon County, where Westmoreland’s address is located.
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