Gatlinburg police have identified the officers involved in a deadly shooting a week ago.
The shooting happened last Friday night on Maples Road. Officers responded to a disturbance call where they were confronted by 32-year-old Michael Choate with a handgun.
Choate refused to drop the weapon and threatened officers with it. That's when they shot him. He later died of his injuries.
The TBI continues to investigate the incident, but Sevier County District Attorney General Jimmy Dunn says early reports indicate the officers acted appropriately.
The Gatlinburg police chief identified the officers as Sergeant Chris Alvey, Officer Tim Farmer, Officer Adam Rose, and Officer Travis Williams.
They each have at least five years of experience with the department.
The officers are on administrative leave while the investigation continues.