UPDATE: Lieutenant Deborah Mynatt, Public Information’s Officer at the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office, released more details regarding the shooting in a press conference.

EPSO received a call about an active ongoing disturbance. The call reported an individual who was threatening to burn down a home.

The individual who called was a family member related to the suspect, according to Mynatt.

“The caller requested for help and was screaming,” Mynatt stated. “There was a lot of voices in the background during this entire incident.”

Deputies responded to the scene with the fire department. Personnel assisting from the District Attorney’s office and different regional partners were also involved in this case.

Upon arrival, deputies found a person who had died at the scene.

According to witnesses, the suspect was seen going south of the address toward Pueblo.

“There’s a lot of complexities to this case,” said Mynatt.

No information about the victim has been disclosed at this time.

UPDATE: EPSO said they have located the suspect responsible for the shooting in Fountain.

More details regarding the case will be released as the investigation allows.

UPDATE: A media briefing will be held at the Sheriff’s Office downtown at 27 East Vermijo with Lieutenant Deborah Mynatt at 2:45 p.m.

FOUNTAIN, Colo. — A shooting has occurred in the area of 6100 Chaps View located in Hanover.

The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office (EPSO) says to stay away from the area.

Deputies searching for Christopher Leonard

Deputies are searching for 44-year-old Christopher James Leonard. He is 6’1″ and 300 pounds with blue eyes and blonde hair. He is reportedly wearing a red shirt with black pants.

Leonard was last seen driving a gray 2012 Doge Ram Pickup- license plate CBE068.

It is unknown if anyone was injured at this time.

This is a developing story and will be updated.