FLOYD COUNTY, Ky. (WSAZ) – Law enforcement officers remained on the scene Friday morning of a deadly shooting situation in Allen that involves multiple victims from different agencies, Floyd County Sheriff John Hunt said.
He said several officers have been taken to different hospitals. The Floyd County Sheriff’s Department posted on social media early Friday morning that the incident was deadly. There is no word on the number of those involved who died.
Sheriff Hunt said deputies were attempting to serve a court-issued warrant when the incident started Thursday evening. As of 9:30 p.m., he said the suspect was still barricaded. At a news briefing during our 11 p.m. newscast, Kentucky State Police reported the suspect is in custody.
The sheriff said the suspect opened fire when officers responded. KSP said the incident started around 6 p.m.
That area of Allen, located near the junction of U.S. 23 and state Route 1428, is closed off for miles around. Earlier Thursday night, the sheriff said he was hoping for a peaceful resolution to the situation.
Officers from throughout the region, some from as far away as Ashland, responded to the scene.
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