MOUNT MORRIS (KDKA) — State Police in Greene County say a Parkersburg, West Virginia man was shot and killed in Mount Morris Thursday afternoon.
Police say 33-year-old Dustin Miller and his mother were on their way to West Virginia for Miller to have a mental health evaluation.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership's 'State Of Downtown' Virtual Conference Set To Begin
During the drive on Locust Street in Perry Township, Greene County, police say Miller became irate, slammed the vehicle into park, jumped out, and started damaging the vehicle.
Miller then reportedly jumped in front of another vehicle and starting damaging it. The driver of that vehicle was 66-year-old Cam Ray Lemley from Core, West Virginia.
Police say Lemley got out of the vehicle with a revolver and an argument ensued between Lemley and Miller. Police say during that time, Lemley shot Miller.READ MORE: Westmoreland Co. Teenager Honored For Saving His 2-Year-Old Brother's Life
State Police say the shooting appears to be justifiable.
Investigators consulted with the District Attorney’s Office and determined Lemley would be released for the time being without charges being filed.
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