Authorities say a suspect has been charged after a Virginia deputy was shot in the head in Pittsylvania County.
They say the suspect, Brian Cundiff, 37, surrendered himself shortly after 1 a.m. Wednesday, reports WSET.
The Pittsylvania County (VA) Sheriff's Office received a "domestic" related call from a family member at a house on Keeling Dr. around 6:30 Tuesday night, officials say. They say the first responding deputies were met with gunfire, which struck one deputy. The deputy suffered a non-life threatening gunshot wound to the side of the head and was treated and subsequently released from the hospital Tuesday night.
Cundiff remained in the house for several hours with no contact, officials say. They say a SWAT team did at one point enter the house. After Cundiff surrendered, authorities said he was taken to the Pittsylvania County Jail.
Officials say about 40 officers responded to the incident and that no one else, other than the deputy, was injured.
The Pittsylvania County Commonwealth's Attorney says Cundiff has been charged with attempted capital murder of a law enforcement officer, malicious wounding of a law enforcement officer and the use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.