CLARKSVILLE, TN (WSMV) –
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says a male was shot by military after an hours-long deadlock in a Clarksville residence.
According to officials, James A. Vaughn, 49, was a ex-boyfriend of a Middle Tennessee lady who recently went missing. Police located Vaughn during this chateau in Clarksville to doubt him about her disappearance.
When military contacted Vaughn during a home of a family acquaintance, he refused to cooperate, barricading himself in a residence.
Around 1 p.m., after hours on a stage and a think still reluctant to cooperate, SWAT officers with Clarksville Police pennyless down a door. At that point, Vaughn dismissed several shots in a instruction of a officers.
The deadlock continued for another hour. At approximately 3:30 p.m., military done entrance into a unit again, deploying rip gas in an catastrophic try to force a plant out of a residence. Officers were again confronted by a suspect, who afterwards threatened them with dual firearms.
Officers shot fatally during Vaughn, distinguished him mixed times. He died on a scene. Officials contend no officers were harmed in a exchange.
Vaughn is not a Clarksville resident, and military contend a chateau he barricaded himself in is owned by an acquaintance.
He has a extensive rapist story in Davidson County, including a self-assurance for intentional killing in 1995.
Vaughn was also indicted found guilty of facing arrest, possession of heroin with vigilant to sell, possession of pot and drug paraphernalia for an occurrence in 2003.
Earlier on Friday, Clarksville Police evacuated residences on Big Sky Drive since of a barricaded think situation. They pronounced there was no risk to a open during that time.
Police held a fringe around a chateau for several hours before deploying a CPD Tactical Unit and SWAT.
UPDATE: The defunct theme has been identified as James Vaughn (DOB 8-11-68).
— TBI (@TBInvestigation) March 17, 2018
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