RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- Raleigh police have released the five-day report on last week's deadly officer-involved shooting.
It happened a week ago today.
Police responded to 911 calls about a man shooting a gun near Ligon Magnet Middle School.
When officers R.A. Sirianna, M.L. Adams and P.J. Fernstrum arrived at the scene Jorge Luis Vega-Lesama shot at them, according to police.
Officer Adams returned fire three times and the suspect fired back before running behind a house where the officers lost sight of him.
A short time later Vega-Lesama moved back toward the front of the home with a gun still in his hand.
That's when Sirianna opened fire, hitting the suspect and killing him.
The middle school was placed on a CODE YELLOW status for a short-time while the incident was taking place.
State Bureau of Investigation is conducting an investigation in the shooting. Raleigh Police Department is looking into reports that the suspect was firing his gun at vehicles before shooting at police.