PARKER, Colo. --A Douglas County deputy was shot near Sierra Middle School, the Parker Police Department confirmed Friday afternoon. The deputy is in critical condition, according to Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock.
The suspect was shot and killed, Parker police told FOX31 Denver. The Douglas County Sheriff's Office described him as suicidal.
Sierra Middle School and several other schools were put on lock down, but the lock down has been lifted, according to a spokesperson for the Douglas County School District. The schools were not directly involved, the sheriff's office stated.
The school is at North Dixon Drive and Pine Lane.
Parker police say they were called to a home on Dixon. When officers arrived, a man fired shots at them, and then got into the RV. The man drove toward Parker Adventist Hospital and continued to fire shots, according to the sheriff's office. The man crashed the RV between the hospital and the school.
At 3:50 p.m., an armored vehicle was parked outside the home.
Moments later, SkyFOX panned over and captured imaged of the damaged RV on the side of a road across the street from the school.
We have a crew in the area to confirm more information.