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Sunday's shooting to be investigated

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Helena Police Chief Troy McGee says an outside agency was asked to investigate Sunday's altercation.

Helena Police Chief Troy McGee says a 24-year-old man, Joshua Grey, is being treated at Benefis Hospital in Great Falls after being shot during an altercation. He says when Helena Police responded to a domestic disturbance call on 6th Avenue and Raleigh Street the man displayed a handgun. Chief McGee says two officers were involved in a struggle with the suspect when the gun went off, shooting the suspect.

"Right now we're investigating it but since the officers were there and someone was shot we've asked an outside agency also to come in and investigate it and we've asked Montana Criminal Investigation Bureau. They're doing an investigation. Once a preliminary investigations kinda done with some of the details and the County Attorney’s Office will make a determination whether any charges need to be filed against this person," stated Chief McGee.     

Greywas then taken to St. Peter's Hospital and later transported to Great Falls.


Story by Drew Steele, Beartooth NBC.
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