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Man Shot by Officer in SW DC Apartment Dies: Police

The man brandished a firearm, then an officer shot him, police say

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Police have released body camera footage of a shooting in a Southwest D.C. apartment. The man shot by police later died, police say.

Terrance Maurice Parker, of Southeast D.C., was taken to a hospital after the shooting Friday then pronounced dead, police say.

Officers responding to a report of a domestic disturbance in an apartment building near Arena Stage and the Southwest Waterfront Metro Station about 9 p.m. were interviewing a man and a woman, police said.

Parker “suddenly” took out a gun and pointed at the woman and one of the officers, then an officer shot him, police say. On Saturday, police released a photo of the gun.

Police say officers gave first aid to Parker until medical help arrived.

Officers responding to a call for a domestic disturbance shot a man who refused to drop a gun. News/4's Shomari Stone reports.

The officers involved are on administrative leave, per policy. They have not been identified.

Body-worn camera footage is under review, police say. The investigation is ongoing.

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