PAMPA (November 29, 2012)--Texas Rangers will help investigate the shooting death of an armed man by a Pampa police officer who was answering a domestic disturbance call.
Police say the shooting happened Wednesday afternoon at a strip shopping mall as the man brandished a firearm.
Police spokeswoman Stormy McCullar did not immediately release the names of the man who died or the officer, who was not injured.
The Texas Department of Public Safety said shots were fired at the strip mall as police responded to the domestic dispute call nearby.
DPS says the man who was shot to death was part of the domestic incident.
Further details were not immediately available.
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