The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says agents are gathering information after law enforcement officers fatally shot a man.

A TBI statement says the shooting occurred at 3:30 a.m. Sunday while Crockett County deputies and a Maury City police officer were executing a search warrant the West Tennessee residence.

The statement says 28-year-old Ronald Branch, who did not live at the residence in Alamo, entered the home with a weapon and the situation escalated, with shots being fired.

Police say Branch, who was white, was struck and died later at a hospital. The deputies and the officer weren't injured. Their races weren't immediately clear.

The TBI says it will hand over findings to District Attorney General Garry Brown.