Indiana State Police says the suspect is still barricaded inside the residence.
Patrolmen Rob Pitts #196 with the Terre Haute Police Department was shot and killed in yesterday's standoff situation at the Garden Quarter Apartments.
Adamson says a suspect in that homicide opened fire and shot one of the officers, who later died.
Adamson says Terre Haute police and police from other agencies have a building at surrounded at the Garden Quarter apartment complex and the suspect is believed to be inside.
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He also died from his wounds.
The Terre Haute Police Department has released the name of the fallen officer killed in the line of duty Friday Night.
Neither the officer nor the suspect were immediately identified.
Pitts, though rushed from the site, succumbed to his wounds at Terre Haute Regional Hospital.
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"We were in four separate cars, and I watched my friend get killed", he said. At 9:23 p.m., Watts said the suspect had been detained and was injured.
Indiana State Police are investigating the officer-involved shooting, while Terre Haute police will continue the original homicide investigation.
"When that call comes out, that's literally the worst call you can hear as a police officer is when a fellow officer, he or she is down, so that will draw out everybody", says Sgt. Joe Watts with ISP.
Terre Haute Police say several churches have planned a prayer vigil for Saturday evening.
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The death of the police officer is the first of officer with the Terre Haute Police Department since July 11, 2011.