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Sheriff: Man shot by deputies after fatally shooting man in Shelby

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SHELBY, NC (WBTV) -

One person is dead after deputies say an incident from another part of Shelby ended with an officer-involved shooting on Baker Drive.

According to the Cleveland County Sheriff's Office, deputies were called to a home on Kimber Road to the report of a domestic violence call.

The suspect, 59-year-old Schuyler Mark Camp, had already left before deputies were able to arrive, according to investigators.

Deputies then received a call from Camp, who told them that he had killed Roger Dale Sisk at an apartment along the 6900-block of Baker Drive.

Camp then fired at deputies when they arrived at the apartment. The deputies fired back, striking Camp, and a standoff ensued.

Finally, deputies were able to negotiate with Camp and he surrendered.

Camp reportedly had serious injuries and was taken to Cleveland Regional and then later transported to Carolinas Medical Center-Main, in Charlotte.

No deputies were injured in the shooting.

Camp was charged with first-degree murder and three counts of assault on law enforcement with a firearm.

The Sheriff's Department is conduction two parallel investigations into the shooting, one criminal and one internal. Investigators say they want to make sure procedures were followed during the investigation.

Sheriff Alan Norman says Camp was convicted of second degree murder in the 1990s after he killed a family member.

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