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One man dies after deputies were shot at in Englewood

Posted at 5:19 AM, Jun 25, 2019
and last updated 2019-06-25 14:33:13-04

**UPDATE (2:30PM)** -- Investigators have released more details about a deputy-involved shooting outside an Englewood home Monday night.

According to the Charlotte County Sheriff's Office, around 9 p.m., a 911 call reported an intoxicated male had fired multiple rounds into a home on McKinley Terrace in Englewood. Family members and children were in the home at the time.

Deputies arrived and saw a man later identified as 61-year-old Bradley Rundle exit and re-enter the home several times holding a firearm. They say Rundle ignored commands to drop the weapon, and eventually began approaching deputies with the weapon.

Deputies say they gave Rundle several commands to drop his weapon, but instead he raised the gun toward deputies and fired one round. Two deputies responded with gunfire, killing Rundle.

No deputies were hurt.

This investigation is still very active. Detectives are still working with the family and other witnesses to piece together the details of the disturbance.

The two deputies who fired their weapons are currently on paid administrative leave pending the conclusion of the investigation.
ENGLEWOOD, Fla. – A death investigation is underway in Charlotte County.

Deputies said they responded to a domestic call on McKinley Terrace Monday Night. The call came in just before 9 PM.

The sheriff’s office said shots were fired when deputies got on scene but no deputies were hurt.

The sheriff’s office said a man involved in the domestic incident was armed and has died.

Deputies have McKinley Terrace blocked off while they investigate.

They said the scene is secure and there's no threat to neighbors.

Right now, this is an ongoing investigation.