RIVERBANK (CBS13) — A man who was shot by a deputy during a dispute with his former landlord has died from his injuries.

Investigators say Armando Osuna, 51, had been evicted from a property on Burneyville Road a month ago and had returned on Tuesday for unknown reasons. The property owner called 911 and two deputies arrived.

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“The landlord initially confronted that person and then they had a brief confrontation and then the landlord left and called 911 and requested the sheriff’s department respond,” said Royjindar Singh, deputy with Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department.

Deputies found Osuna towards the back of the house and confronted him. At some point, deputies say Osuna struck one of the deputies with a metal pipe. The other deputy opened fire, striking Osuna. He was taken to the hospital where he died hours later.

The deputy who was struck with a pipe was treated and released.

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“We are not sure why he was hostile towards deputies and also why he was hostile towards the landlord who initially had confronted him,” said Singh.

Detectives said this is an on-going investigation.

“Our investigators are still on scene, we have investigators from the sheriff’s department and also from the district attorney’s office, who are on scene conducting the investigation and we’re interviewing all the parties involved, and witnesses,” he said.

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