Details are finally starting to emerge in an officer-involved shooting in East Ridge two weeks after it all unfolded.
Todd Browning, 54, was shot and killed by an East Ridge police officer outside his home on Prigmore Drive.
The public has been left in the dark with many details in the case as the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office, who is investigating the case and the Hamilton County District Attorney's Office have declined to comment.
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It's unclear what sparked the situation AutoZone as the sheriff's office and district attorney's office have declined to answer questions but we do know it then spilled over to Browning's home on Prigmore Drive.
Hoss said Stephenson was outside waiting on back up when Browning came out with a water meter tool.
"They are probably three-four feet long, with a T-grip on the top. It's heavy, metallic. It's a weapon and it can kill you and he's swinging this thing at the officer," Hoss added.
Hoss said the officer shot Browning after he refused repeated commands and continued to come toward Stephenson-- Events Hoss said were recorded on dashcam video.
Browning's family declined to talk to Channel 3 but his obituary says he worked for a local plumbing company for more than 30 years and described his favorite pastime as spending time with family and being a Poppy.
This is a story we're following closely and will pass along any new information as it becomes available.