State probes after Georgia deputies shoot Clayton County man

SOUTH FULTON, Ga. (AP) — State authorities in Georgia have opened a probe after deputies in Clayton County shot a man while executing an arrest warrant. Officials with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said Monday that they had been asked to investigate an officer-involved shooting. The agency says deputies were at a South Fulton home trying to carry out an arrest warrant on Sunday for Marcus Brown when he appeared at the back of the house, with a handgun. Deputies shot Brown at least once, and he was sent to a hospital. He was reported in stable condition.

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