OKLAHOMA CITY — The Latest on the fatal shooting of a man by police in Oklahoma City (all times local):

10:50 a.m.

Oklahoma City police say they have little information yet about a second person who was found dead following the fatal shooting of a man by an officer on the city’s southeast side.

Capt. Bo Mathews says the second body was found by officers investigating the Thursday morning shooting of 56-year-old William Young by Officer Brandon McDonald.

Mathews says officers had to wait for a search warrant before searching the home and property.

Mathews says McDonald was responding to a call of unknown trouble shortly before 3 a.m. Young shot at him from the door of the home.

Mathews says McDonald returned fire, killing Young and is now on paid leave pending an investigation into the shooting.


9:55 a.m.

Police say an Oklahoma City officer fatally shot a man at a home in the far southeastern portion of the city and second person was later found dead by investigators.

Capt. Bo Mathews says Officer Brando McDonald was responding to a call of unknown trouble shortly before 3 a.m. Thursday when 56-year-old William Young shot at him from the door of the home.

Mathews says McDonald returned fire, killing Young.

Mathews says as police investigated the shooting, they found the second body and believe that person had been dead for several hours.

Mathews says little is known yet about the second person as officers had to wait for a search warrant before searching the home and property.


6:25 a.m.

Police say an Oklahoma City officer fatally shot a man at a home on the city’s southeast side and a second person was later found dead in the home.

Capt. Bo Mathews says the officer was responding to a call of unknown trouble shortly before 3 a.m. Thursday when a man shot at him at the door of the home.

Mathews says the officer returned fire, killing the man.

No names have been released.

Mathews says as police investigated the shooting, the found the second body and believe that person had been dead for several hours.