CHICAGO (WLS) -- A man who was fatally shot by Chicago police Sunday morning in the city's Englewood neighborhood has been identified as 28-year-old Turell Brown, according to the medical examiner.
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Crime tape blocked off the 6500-Block of South Harvard Avenue on the South Side Sunday night for hours.
About 10:55 a.m., officers responded to a domestic disturbance and encountered a 28-year-old man who was armed with a knife, police said.
An officer shot Brown, who was later died from his wounds, according to officials.
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The Civilian Office of Police Accountability, the independent agency charged with probing police shootings, confirmed in a tweet Sunday afternoon that its investigators had also responded to the shooting.
When asked if the officers' body camera footage would be released, the city oversight agency said it understands "the importance of transparency and timelines, and will release at the earliest point possible without comprising the integrity of the investigation."
The officers involved are now on 30 day administrative duty, CPD said.
COPA urged anyone with information about the shooting to call (312) 746-3609.
The Sun-Times Media Report contributed to this article.