Update: Man Shot By Paris Police Dies

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 7/31/2012 11:58 pm
The Fayette County Coroner said the man shot by Paris police has died.

The Coroner said Eugene Ray Holder, 36, of Paris, died from a gunshot wound to the head early Tuesday morning.

According to police, Holder scuffled with Paris Police Officer Kevin Anderson after responding to a domestic violence call.
 
Investigators said Holder was standing at the door with a weapon when authorities arrived on the scene.

It was during the scuffle that Officer Anderson fired a shot at Holder, hitting him in the head.

He later died at UK Hospital.

Officer Anderson is a 7-year veteran of the Paris Police Department.

The case is under investigation by Kentucky State Police.
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