Colorado Police Shooting Live Updates: Deputies Shot Near Denver After Responding to Domestic Disturbance

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2:30 p.m. MST - The Douglass County Sheriff's Office has released a photo of Zachary Parrish, the deputy killed in the shooting. "Our hearts our heavy today as we mourn the loss of one of our brothers. Thank you all for your support," the office said.

The dead gunman has not been identified, but the sheriff's office said he was well known to law enforcement.

1 p.m. MST - Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock said four of the deputies who responded to the gunman's home were shot immediately upon arrival. "He knew we were coming," Spurlock said at a news conference. "They all went down, almost within seconds of each other," he added.

12:15 p.m. MST - The slain deputy has been identified as Zachary Parrish, 29. He served on the force for seven months and is survived by a wife and two young childen. The sheriff's office said Parrish and the other deputies were shot "ambush-style," with the suspect firing more than 100 rounds. "It was very difficult to go see Zack for the last time today," Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock told reporters. "He was doing his job, and he was doing his job well, and his life was taken this morning."

12:00 p.m. MST - President Donald Trump has tweeted his condolenses to the victims. "My deepest condolences to the victims of the terrible shooting in Douglas County @DCSheriff, and their families. We love our police and law enforcement - God Bless them all! #LESM" he wrote, using the hashtag for "Law Enforcement Social Media."

10:50 MST - A procession began at Littleton Hospital for the fallen deputy, with law enforcement and fire vehicles driving en masse down I-25 as civilians near the road lined up to pay their respects.

10:20 MST - Three of the people wounded in the shooting are being treated at the Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree with injuries that are not critical, a hospital spokeswoman told The New York Times. Another four are being treated at Littleton Adventist Hospital in Littleton and their conditions are unknown.

10:00 MST - A procession is planned for later on Sunday honoring the deputy who was killed, the sheriff's office said. The office said to expect "heavy law enforcement presence and traffic congestion" in the surrounding area. The deputy has not been identified.

9:40 MST - One deputy has been confirmed dead after the shooting, and another four were shot, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office. Two civilians were also shot. The suspect, who has not been identified, was shot and is "believed to be dead" and "no longer a threat," the office said.

9:25 MST - The FBI's Denver office said it is monitoring the situation and has offered its full support to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office. "Our thoughts and prayers are with our law enforcement partners and all those impacted by today's senseless act of violence," the FBI office said on Twitter.

9:05 MST - A Douglas County Sheriff's Office SWAT team and a bomb squad have been called to the scene, according to the Denver Post. The suspect is still at large. Authorities have set up an emergency center close to the site of the shooting for nearby residents who are displaced by the investigation.

8:45 a.m. MST - Multiple Douglas County Sheriff's Office deputies have been injured after shots were fired as they responded to a domestic disturbance call outside of Denver, authorities said.

The sheriff's office said there were "multiple deputies down" after the shooting at Copper Canyon Apartments in Highlands Ranch, about 12 miles south of Denver. There were no immediate updates on the condition of the deputies or if any civilians were injured.

The shooting erupted during a response to a domestic disturbance call, the office said. No other information was immediately released.

"Please avoid this area," the office warned on Twitter.

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