(NEWS AND OBSERVER) Raleigh police have released few details about a shooting late Monday morning that left one man dead and a police officer wounded.
The shooting took place outside a house at 311 Donald Ross Drive after police responded to a 911 call made from a block away about a man with a gun who was reportedly trespassing. An officer located the man in the street and gave chase on foot before he was joined by a second officer, according to police.
The Raleigh Police Department identified the man who was killed as Jaqwan Julius Terry, 24, of Raleigh, and the officers involved as B.S. Beausoleil and B.F. Burleson. The wounded officer, Burleson, was taken to WakeMed hospital for treatment of what was reported to be a nonlife-threatening leg wound.
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