The Latest: 911 call describes attack by man shot by officer

The Latest on an Ohio police officer's fatal shooting of a suspect (all times local):

4 p.m.

Police have released 911 audio in which a neighbor describes a violent encounter between a woman and a suspect who was fatally shot by an Ohio officer on Saturday.

The female neighbor tells a Kettering police dispatcher that the woman is "screaming very loudly," crying for help and begging the man to stop hurting her. She says she hears the woman telling the man that he broke her nose and what sounds like him trying to hold her face under a pillow.

The department released the audio on its Facebook page on Sunday.

Kettering Police Chief Christopher Protsman says his officer encountered 24-year-old Mitchell Simmons while responding to the call and both discharged their weapons. Simmons died at the scene.

It is Kettering's second fatal shooting of a suspect by an officer in a year.

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11:45 a.m.

Police are investigating an Ohio suburban community's second fatal shooting of a suspect by an officer in a year.

Kettering Police Chief Christopher Protsman said Sunday that police were responding to a report of a "violent confrontation" at an apartment complex around 11 p.m. Saturday when the suspect and an officer both discharged their firearms.

The Montgomery County Coroner's Office identified the victim as 24-year-old Mitchell Simmons. He died at the scene. The officer was not injured, and his name was not released.

In December, a grand jury declined to indict Kettering Officer Jonathon McCoy in the fatal shooting of an armed man during a traffic stop. McCoy shot 33-year-old Jason Hoops on August 27 after authorities say Hoops refused repeated orders to put his hands on the vehicle's dash.

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11:20 a.m.

Police are investigating an Ohio suburban community's second fatal shooting of a suspect by an officer in a year.

Kettering Police Lt. Michael Gabrielson says police were responding to a suspicious-person report at an apartment complex in the Dayton suburb at 11:10 p.m. Saturday. The officer entered the building and a short while later reported shots fired.

The Montgomery County Coroner's Office on Sunday identified the man who died as 24-year-old Mitchell Simmons. The officer was not injured.

In December, a grand jury declined to indict Officer Jonathon McCoy in the fatal shooting of an armed man during a traffic stop. McCoy shot 33-year-old Jason Hoops on August 27 after authorities say Hoops refused repeated orders to put his hands on the vehicle's dash.