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Posted: Thursday, March 1, 2012 12:00 pm | Updated: 9:51 am, Thu Aug 16, 2012.

By Philip Jankowski

Killeen Daily Herald

Killeen police released the name of a man killed during an officer-involved shooting late Tuesday afternoon.

Police said 34-year-old Seleucus Pollock died after officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 2200 block of Granex Drive in Killeen.

The department has not released any further details about the shooting.

According to police, Pollock displayed a handgun in a threatening manner during the incident. Both he and an unidentified police officer discharged their weapons. The officer was not injured.

The officer has been placed on paid administrative leave while police conduct an internal investigation into the shooting, spokeswoman Carroll Smith said. There was no indication as to how long that investigation would take to complete.

"Each case is different," Smith said.

The shooting also will be reviewed by the Bell County District Attorney's Office, First Assistant District Attorney Murff Bledsoe said. A grand jury could review the case to decide if any charges need to be filed.

A resume for Pollock states he worked as a part-time truck driver and was the president of a small trucking company based in Belton.

Contact Philip Jankowski at philipj@kdhnews.com or (254) 501-7553. Follow him on Twitter at KDHcrime.

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