FERNDALE, Md. (AP) - Police in Maryland say an officer shot and killed a man while serving emergency relief protective order paperwork.
News outlets report the shooting involving Anne Arundel County police took place early Monday. The department said in a tweet posted after 7 a.m. that officers served the paperwork at a home located behind Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.
Police say the man was armed and there was a struggle over his gun, during which the gun went off. The man was then shot and killed by an officer.
No officers were injured.
Further details have not been released.