HARRIMAN, Tenn. — Police in east Tennessee say an officer-involved shooting during a domestic disturbance call injured one man.

Media report the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is probing the Saturday morning shooting by a Roane County officer.

TBI says 47-year-old David Daugherty was fired on after he pointed a handgun at a deputy from the porch of his home in Harriman. Daugherty was struck by bullets in the torso and then airlifted to a hospital for treatment. His condition was not available Saturday afternoon.

Another suspect at the home was taken into custody. Officers were called there to respond to a domestic disturbance.

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