BEND, Ore. (AP) — The Deschutes County sheriff says a deputy fatally
shot someone while responding to a disturbance at a campsite southwest
Sheriff Shane Nelson said the shooting happened Wednesday evening in the Deschutes National Forest. He told KTVZ that two deputies performed CPR to no avail.
Nelson and another department official declined to say what led to
the shooting, but said no deputies were injured. Officials have yet to
release the name, age or gender of the person killed.
The Bulletin reports
this is the fourth time since August 2016 that law enforcement officers
in Deschutes County have been involved in fatal encounters.