Police Standoff Continues in Terre Haute

Terre Haute, IN - A stand-off with multiple law enforcement agencies continue, as police continue their efforts to resolve the situation peacefully with a gunman barricaded inside a Terre Haute residence.

Let's take a look at where it all began:

Police responded to reports of shots fired in the 2100 block of Putnam Street. Upon arrival, officers found two people who had sustained gunshot wounds and were immediately transported to the hospital. At around 8:30 Monday night,authorities confirmed one of those victims died from their injuries;and the second victim was still recovering.

Investigators remained on scene for the rest of the night collecting evidence.

After the scene on Putnam Street, police began to search for the description of a get away car. Eventually it was located in the 2200 block of 1st Avenue. When police arrived at the residence, officials say multiple rounds were fired from the home.

Terre Haute Police, The Special Response Team, West Terre Haute Police, Indiana State Police, and even fire crews were on scene to assist and set up a perimeter.

Parents of students in a nearby daycare, were eventually allowed to get their children.

Police believe the suspect, who has not been identified, owns both houses.

Neighbors in the 2100 block of Putnam Street say alleged meth activity has taken place within the home on multiple occasions.

The investigation into the shooting continues, and the scene on1st Avenue remains active.

Our crews throughout the night have reported to have heard loud bangs that sound like gunshots; police are remaining on high alert.

We'll continue to follow this story and bring you more updates as they become available.

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