(CBS/AP) PENDLETON, Ind. - Two police officers were wounded and a bystander fatally shot when a man allegedly opened fired in a central Indiana town Thursday night, authorities said.
Madison County Emergency Management spokesman Todd Harmeson said police believe 59-year-old Jim Bailey fired a barrage of bullets as officers arrived at a residence to investigate a disturbance. A person sitting in a car was caught in the crossfire and died after being shot.
Bailey was found dead Friday morning from a suspected self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Harmeson said an Anderson police officer suffered a non life-threatening leg wound in the shooting, while a Pendleton police officer was grazed by a bullet.