INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Police say investigators didn't find any weapon on a burglary suspect who was fatally shot by Indianapolis officers responding to a reported break-in.
The Indianapolis Star reports (http://indy.st/TTGeU1 ) that officers shot 52-year-old Lenon Henry when they confronted him in the basement of an eastside home Monday while responding to an apparent break-in.
A police report says Henry was shot after he refused to show his hands and reached for his waistband. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
It wasn't clear how many times Henry was shot.
The officers weren't injured.
The officers, Christopher Wilburn and Erik Keyes, are on paid administrative leave pending an internal investigation
Police spokeswoman Linda Jackson says neither officer has previously been involved in an officer-involved shooting.