TERREBONNE, OR -- Deschutes County deputies were forced to retreat after shots were fired from inside a Terrebonne home, Friday night. The Sheriff’s Office says they were dispatched to a home on NW 27th and Lower Bridge Way, at about 6:15 p.m., to investigate a possible drunk driver parked at a home.
When deputies arrived, they heard gunfire. They did not return fire, and waited for backup a short distance away. Officials say 31-year-old Jacob Gregan then came outside, verbally challenged deputies and attempted to walk to another house with a gun tucked into his waistband. Law enforcement used physical force to stop Gregan and take him into custody.
He was later taken to the Redmond hospital for non-life threatening injuries. No one else was hurt.