The Latest: Tennessee courthouse shooting suspect has died
MANCHESTER, Tenn. (AP) -- The Latest on a shooting at a Tennessee courthouse (all times local):
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says the suspect in a shooting that left two deputies injured at a courthouse has died.
The TBI released the news on Twitter. The name of the Coffee County Courthouse shooting suspect was not immediately released.
The bureau says the two deputies who were injured Monday are undergoing medical treatment. Their conditions are not known.
Lucky Knott, a spokesman for the Coffee County Sheriff's Office, said an inmate who was in the courthouse for a scheduled hearing grabbed a deputy's gun and fired. Knott said one deputy was shot in the stomach. He says a second deputy was wounded in the hand, but it's not clear if he was shot or injured in a struggle with the inmate.
Knott says the inmate fled the courthouse, and then he suffered a gunshot wound. Knott says the suspect may have shot himself.
Two deputies have been injured in Tennessee, where a shooting was reported at a county courthouse.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said on Twitter that two Coffee County deputies were injured in the shooting Monday afternoon and are undergoing medical treatment.
The county courthouse is located in Manchester, about 65 miles southeast of Nashville.