GREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C. (WSPA) — The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office released a 911 call and body cam footage Saturday in reference to a deputy-involved shooting that killed a suspect in September.

Deputies provided a disclaimer that the information released may be disturbing to some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised.

Click here to watch: Greenville County Sheriff’s Office release 911 call, body cam footage of deputy-involved shooting on September 24th

7NEWS previously reported that on Sept. 24, deputies received a call from a woman who said her ex-boyfriend, later identified as 34-year-old Terrance Maurice Sligh, was armed with a gun, threatening to harm her and even sent her pictures of the weapon.

The woman told the dispatcher, “he’s calling my phone, threatening me, saying he’s going to come to my house and do something to me.”

After speaking with the woman, deputies said they obtained a warrant for unlawful communication.

Deputies responded to the 400 block of Edwards Road in Taylors to serve the warrant.

Once deputies arrived on the scene, they came in contact with the armed suspect and that was when the shooting occurred near a parking lot.

Sligh was pronounced dead at the scene.

Sligh’s family and Upstate activist Bruce Wilson held a press conference a week later calling for information regarding his death.

His family mentioned that he was having a mental health crisis, stating that he struggled with depression and they were trying to convince him to get help.

Sheriff Hobart Lewis said it was determined that the four deputies involved in the incident were consistent with the sheriff’s office protocol.

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The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division is investigating the shooting. No further information is available at this time.