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State investigating officer-involved shooting in Conecuh County

(Source: Jim Allen/The Monthly View Newspaper) (Source: Jim Allen/The Monthly View Newspaper)
CONECUH CO., AL (WSFA) -

The State Bureau of Investigations is investigating a shooting that involved a Conecuh County sheriff's deputy.

Very few details have been released, but we know the sheriff's office requested the state's help.

According to The Monthly View newspaper, the shooting happened just before noon Sunday on Owassa Road. Witnesses reported hearing one gun shot after law enforcement responded to an alleged domestic dispute between a couple, according to the newspaper.

Law enforcement officials haven't released the name of the person shot or his or her condition.

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