CENTERVILLE, Iowa (AP) — An investigation continues after police officers fatally shot a man near the south-central Iowa town of Centerville.
The shooting happened Sunday after officers received a call about a domestic assault outside of town. The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation said Monday that two Centerville officers and an Appanoose County sheriff’s deputy “were engaged in an officer-involved shooting that resulted in one person killed.”
The DCI identified the man killed as 45-year-old Kevin Arbogast of Centerville. No further information about the shooting was released.
The officers involved were placed on administrative pending the investigation. No officers were injured.
Centerville is about 70 miles (113 kilometers) southeast of Des Moines.