RAPIDES, La. (KLFY) – A Critical Incident video including footage from a body worn camera, dashboard camera and bystander has been released by Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office during the investigation into a deputy-involved shooting.

On Nov. 6, a deputy-involved shooting occurred in the area of 7th street in Alexandria.

Rapides Parish Sheriff’s deputy Rodney Anderson pulled over Derrick Kittling, 45, in Alexandria during a traffic stop around 1:30 p.m.

Once Kittling was pulled over, Anderson instructed Kittling to walk to the back of his truck.

After taking a few moments, Kittling reaches the back of the truck where deputy Anderson approaches kittling and attempts to grab his arm, before they both end up in an altercation.

During the altercation, Deputy Anderson is seen reaching for his taser and then deploying it before it fell on the ground.

Kittling then reached for the taser and deploys it a second time.

While kittling had the taser, Deputy Anderson is seen holding his gun, and a shot is head.

In the video, Deputy Anderson is heard saying “Shots fired, one subject down. Gunshot wound to the head, I’m bleeding from my head.”

Kittling was brought to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Louisiana State Police is the lead investigating agency into this deputy-involved shooting. The incident scene was processed by Louisiana State Police Crime Lab Technicians with the assistance of Alexandria Police Department Crime Scene Investigators.