UPDATE SEPT. 23: The Clark County Coroner has identified the deceased man as 40-year-old Seth Holliday from Las Vegas. Holliday's death was the result of a gunshot wound to the chest and was ruled a homicide. Rulings by the Coroner's Office are not legal charges, just a determination of what led to an individual's death.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has shared an update on a deadly shooting in Las Vegas involving the department over the weekend.
WATCH THE FULL UPDATE HERE: (warning: contains graphic video/audio)
The shooting happened on Sunday night at a home on Timber Willow Avenue near Sahara Avenue and Town Center Drive in west Las Vegas.
Police have previously said officers were responding to a 9-1-1 call about a domestic dispute when they discovered a man attacking a woman with a knife through a screen door.
During the update, police say 40-year-old Seth Holliday used 8 kitchen knives in an attack against his wife.
She is still in a local hospital and is said to be stable.
This was the 14th officer-involved shooting in the LVMPD's jurisdiction for 2020, and the 7th fatality. The officer involved was Sergeant Douglas King, 34-year-old, and has been with LVMPD since 2014.
King fired one round during the incident, killing Holliday.
The original 911 call came in from a psychiatrist who was Holliday's doctor. Holliday's wife also called 911 as she was being attacked.
Police say there was a juvenile in the home during the attack and shooting. The juvenile has been placed into custody of a family member.
The department is still investigating the incident and shooting.