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Lawful amount of force used in officer-involved shooting in Upper Providence, authorities say

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A car in the parking lot of a Upper Providence Township condo complex has been damaged in a shootout between a suspect and SWAT.  NORRISTOWN, Pa - Authorities announced Wednesday that officers used a lawful amount of force during the police-involved shooting that took place at a Montgomery County apartment complex earlier this month.Authorities say that Upper Providence Township Police were dispatched at 2:59 a.m.

on Wednesday, March 16, after a woman reported that a family member was having a "mental breakdown." The caller told police that he was armed with a gun and leaving their residence.A man is in the hospital after being involved in a shootout with police in Upper Providence Township.

FOX 29's Shayna Ferreira has the latest details.As officer #1 arrived on scene, the suspect, David Naumenko, was found driving a white Silverado pickup truck with his wife on Meadowview Lane.

Authorities say Naumenko began firing shots at the first officer as the officer approached the Silverado.___MORE LOCAL HEADLINES: Authorities say after being grazed by a bullet, the officer fired six shots back at the suspect from his place of cover.

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