By CBS3 Staff

UPPER DARBY, Pa. (CBS) — An Upper Darby police officer is on administrative leave after a deadly shooting on Friday. Chopper 3 was over North Pennock Avenue and Parkview Road.

Police say a man from California was shot in a wooded area after he reportedly became violent with officers and non-lethal measures were not successful.

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The man died at Lankenau Medical Center.

Police say officers were called to a residence in the township several times overnight where a woman had a restraining order against the man, but he continued to show up.

Authorities are still investigating the shooting.

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