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UPDATE: Man critically injured, facing murder charges, after Sabine Parish shoot-out

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SABINE PARISH, La. -

One man is critically injured, and facing murder charges, after a shoot-out with law enforcement.

It happened around 5:30 p.m. off LA Hwy 482 in the community of Ebarb.

Sabine Parish Deputies and a Louisiana State Trooper were dispatched to respond by Sabine Parish 911 after they received a complaint of a trespasser on private property, threatening home owners with a shotgun.

Officers say they arrived to find 27-year-old Michael A. Malmay, of Noble, brandishing a shotgun and threatening to shoot himself.

Authorities say they attempted to talk him into surrendering the weapon, but he refused.

Officials say Malmay then pointed the weapon in the direction of law enforcement, which prompted verbal commands from officers to drop the weapon.

Police say Malmay continued to refuse, and was shot by officers. Authorities say Malmay also fired at officers but did not strike any of them.

Malmay was transported to the LSU Medical Center in Shreveport where he remains in critical condition.

Malmay was charged with three counts of attempted first degree murder of police officers.

The Louisiana State Police Bureau of Investigations/Alexandria Field Office responded to the scene to investigate the incident.

An investigation is ongoing at this time.

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