Man who shot at Lebanon officers had history of mental health issues

SHOOTING OCCURRED WITH WHAT WHAT WE’VEEA LRNED. KATE: THE MIFA MEMBER RETURN HOME AND FOUND 34-YEAR-OLD TRAVIS SUDHA HAD BROKEN INTO THE BACK OF THE HOME AND THAT IS WHEN THE HOMEOWNER CALLED POLICE. THIS IS A MUG SHOT OF SHAUD WHEN HE WAS IN PRONIS LAST DECEMBER. THE DA SAYS POLICE A TIPPET TO ENTER THE HOME AND HE HAD NEATLY FIRED GUNSHOTS AT LEBANON CITY FOUR OFFICERS. POLICE SHOT BACK AND SHAUD DIED AT THE SCENE. WE ARE TOLD HE DID NOT LIVE IN A HOME AT THIS TIME AND THE DA SAYS THE GUN SHAUD USE TO ATTACK POLICE WAS FROM THE HOME. HE ALSO HAD ONGOING MENTAL HEALTH ILLNESSES. HE SUFFERED FROM A YEARS LONG HISTORY OF MENTAL ILLNESS AND MENTAL ISSUES.TAL ILLNESS AND FAMILY ATTEMPTS TO INTERVENE TO PROVIDE ASSISTANCE AND WERE MET WITH HIS UTTERES RISTANCE. KATE: THE DA SAYS SHAUD’S CRIMINAL HISTORY SHOWS DOMESTIC ASSAULTS, DOMESTIC DISTURBANCES, PROTECTION FROM ABUSE ORDER AND A VIOLATION. LIVE IN LEBANON, KATE MERRIMAN

Man who shot at Lebanon officers had history of mental health issues, district attorney says

The man who opened fire on Lebanon officers Thursday had suffered from mental health issues for years, according to Lebanon County District Attorney Pier Hess Graf. Graf said Travis Shaud, 34, had a criminal history of domestic assaults, domestic disturbances and a protection from abuse order.Shaud broke into a family member’s home in the 1100 block of Forest Street, investigators said.When police responded to that family member’s call and tried to enter the home, Graf said, Shaud immediately opened fire on officers.The officers returned fire and Shaud was killed.Graf said multiple firearms were found in the home.Shaud used a handgun to shoot at the officers, the district attorney said.

The man who opened fire on Lebanon officers Thursday had suffered from mental health issues for years, according to Lebanon County District Attorney Pier Hess Graf.

Graf said Travis Shaud, 34, had a criminal history of domestic assaults, domestic disturbances and a protection from abuse order.

Shaud broke into a family member’s home in the 1100 block of Forest Street, investigators said.

When police responded to that family member’s call and tried to enter the home, Graf said, Shaud immediately opened fire on officers.

The officers returned fire and Shaud was killed.

Graf said multiple firearms were found in the home.

Shaud used a handgun to shoot at the officers, the district attorney said.

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