Baton Rouge police are investigating an officer-involved shooting that left one person dead and a police dog injured early Monday.
Sgt. L'Jean McKneely, a spokesman for the Baton Rouge Police Department, said police were searching for a wanted suspect around 1:35 a.m. Monday at an apartment complex in the 4700 block of Tigerland Avenue when the shooting occurred.
The suspect sought by police died at the scene, McKneely said. An identity has not yet been released.
A BRPD K-9 police dog was also injured, McKneely said.
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No other details were immediately available.
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Two people were killed in a double-shooting at the same apartment complex in October 2019. Stan Riley, 37, and Amanda Authement, 34, were found suffering from multiple gunshot wounds and later pronounced dead on the scene, police said. Neighbors at the apartment complex said they heard about 15 shots.
There's no indication the shooting then and the one Monday are related.
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