TROUP, Texas — One man was injured in an officer-involved shooting in Troup Wednesday after police said he was threatening a nearby business.
The suspect who has documented mental health problems was allegedly planning a mass shooting at a local business, said Troup police.
According to police, on Wednesday just before 2 p.m. officials received a call regarding a disturbance on 510 S. Railroad St. in Troup.
Officers say they approached the suspect's home and he came to the door with a gun that prompted officials to shoot the suspect.
He had non-life threatening injuries and no police officers were injured.
The suspect has no criminal history and police said this was "out of character for this person."
Troup police turned over the investigation to the Texas Rangers.