Man lethally shot by Police was helping troubled child, Family says

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is evaluating the demise of a man who was shot by a sheriff's delegate Monday while battling with his child over a weapon, powers said.

It happened after a security protect called a 911 call around 8:20 p.m., saying he had been held at gunpoint in a Douglasville manufactured home stop, the GBI said in a news discharge. At the point when Douglas County sheriff's delegates reacted to the call, a witness let them know a man with a firearm was on the following road.

The agents discovered a man adjacent, later recognized as 25-year-old Bias Daniels, furnished with a handgun, and he complied with their request to put the firearm down, as indicated by the news discharge. They said his dad, Bobby Daniels, was standing adjacent and got the firearm when his child set it down, and afterward the two battled for the weapon.

Bobby Daniels, 48, passed on at the scene. An examination is arranged.

Powers said Bias Daniels grabbed the firearm and ran. He was later captured on charges of irritated attack, seizing and impediment. Douglas County correctional facility records don't show whether he has a lawyer to remark on the charges.

Names of the delegates present weren't discharged.

GBI authorities said they will freely survey Bobby Daniels' passing and answer to the Douglas County lead prosecutor.

Authorities said agents yelled for the men to put the weapon down and unsuccessfully attempted to utilize a Taser. They said one officer discharged and hit Bobby Daniels when the firearm was pointed in the representatives' heading.

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