One person is dead after an officer-involved shooting in Clinton.

The TBI said 32-year-old Roger Raymond York, Jr. died in the shooting.

Three Clinton Police Department officers responded to a home in the 1000 block of East Drive after 9 p.m. Wednesday. They had received information that a man with outstanding warrants was at the residence.

Upon arrival, officers attempted to take him into custody. The man then attempted to climb out of a window.

At one point, the man fired a weapon at the police. One of the officers fired back, hitting him. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The officers were not injured.

Records show York had a violent criminal history in Anderson County. In July, he was arrested for evading deputies twice in two days. According to the report from the Anderson County Sheriff's Office, he tried to reach for a knife to attack a deputy and tried to bite him while being arrested.

York was booked on three counts of evading arrest, two counts of resisting arrest and once count of assault and reckless driving on top of his other outstanding charges of evading arrest and reckless driving.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is investigating, interviewing witnesses at the scene. TBI Special Agent Forensic Scientists with the Violent Crime Response Team responded and are collecting evidence.

The TBI said the findings of the investigation will be shared with the District Attorney General to be reviewed.