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DUNCANVILLE (CBSDFW.COM) - One person is dead after a police officer involved shooting in a Duncanville neighborhood.

Duncanville Police were called to the 400 block of Kelly Court for a major disturbance on around 8:30 a.m. on Monday.

Lorrie Garcia was getting ready for work when when her frightened daughter rushed into her bedroom to tell her about a shooting.

“She heard a woman screaming and hollering and saying, ‘No, no, don’t do it! I love you, I love you!’ And then she heard what sounded like gunshots,” said Garcia.

Duncanville Police report two officers responded to the call.  They aren’t saying just what happened, but the officers confronted the man, then chased him through several front yards.

“When officers arrived they wound up encountering a subject, and after a brief foot chase some shots were fired and the suspect was shot.  None of the officers were injured,” said Duncanville Police Officer Doug Sisk.

Duncanville called in the Dallas County Sheriff’s Department to investigate the shooting.  The man has been identified as 28-year-old Clinton Peterson.

Garcia says the neighborhood usually suffers only from minor property damage crime, but the shooting has her worried.

“It’s scary, it really is. I mean, you don’t know if a stray bullet is going to fly through a window, you don’t know if he’s running around there with a gun. You just don’t know. It’s hard.”

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