By CBS3 Staff

POTTSTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — An investigation is underway after a police-involved shooting leaves a man dead in Montgomery County, officials say. This unfolded along the 300 block of West King Street in Pottstown, just after 8:20 p.m. Friday.

According to officials, three separate 911 calls were made with reports of yelling and screaming coming from a neighbor’s home.

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After arriving at the scene, officials say responding officers found 31-year-old Jonathan Lee Adams inside of the home armed with a handgun.

He was commanded to drop the gun several times before they began firing at the officers.

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Officers returned fire, striking the Adams.

He was then transported to Pottstown Hospital and was pronounced dead.

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Per Pottstown Police Department operating procedures, the officers will be placed on paid administrative leave pending the investigation.