Police kill 1 responding to domestic call in Englewood, NJ

ENGLEWOOD — A person was fatally shot by police in response to a domestic dispute call at a Bergen County home over the weekend, authorities said.

The state attorney general’s office said officers in Englewood were called to the house just before 8:30 a.m. Saturday morning by someone who said a person had been stabbed inside.

Officers entered the home and “one person was shot dead by police and pronounced dead at Englewood Hospital” less than an hour later, authorities said. The person’s name was not immediately released. Authorities did not say whether a stabbing victim had been found.

The Attorney General’s Office is investigating, as required by law, any death involving a law enforcement officer.

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