(Bend, OR) -- The Justice Department is investigating five FBI agents for possible misconduct in the death of Robert "LaVoy" Finicum, one of the militia members who occupied a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon. Law enforcement officials say an FBI agent is suspected of firing two shots at Finicum's truck during an encounter at a roadblock January 26th and then lying about it. The unnamed agent allegedly never reported firing the shots. The Justice Department is also looking into the actions of four other agents after the shooting. Finicum died after being shot three times in the back by Oregon State Police and a prosecutor has ruled the shooting justified.