ELKHART (WNDU) - UPDATE:
29-year-old Norman Gary's autopsy took place on Monday after he was killed from a gunshot wound over the weekend.
Police are not sure if Gary died from a police bullet, or from one in a gunfight that originally caused police to respond to the area.
Police are holding a press conference Tuesday morning to release information on the two officers involved.
They say depending on what comes out of the investigation, it might take a while until they know what happened before police arrived at the scene.
The Elkhart Police Department has named the four individuals who were shot on the 1800 block of DeCamp Avenue in Elkhart early Sunday morning.
29-year-old Norman Gary was shot and died at the scene. The Elkhart County Coroner's Office is anticipating an autopsy will be performed on December 5.
22-year-old Jazzlyn Crase, 24-year-old Delanos Johnson, and 21-year-old Shawn Scott were shot and transported to an area hospital where they are currently being treated for non-life threatening injuries.
All four victims are from Elkhart.
The Indiana State Police is still investigating these events, and will release new information when that investigation is complete.
One person is dead and another injured in a police-involved shooting in Elkhart. Two others were also shot but not by officers, according to police.
Just before 4 a.m., police responded to a burglary in the 500 block of Capitol Boulevard. While officers were investigating, they heard gunshots. Police ran on foot and fired their weapons at a vehicle in the 1800 block of Decamp.
Elkhart Police Chief Ed Windbigler tells NewsCenter 16 the vehicle ended up crashing in the same block. One person inside died; a second person was injured, but police say it's unclear if that person was shot or hurt previous to the police-involved shooting.
No officers were injured in the shooting.
Police found a third person, who had been shot, outside a house at 1807 DeCamp Avenue.
A fourth person showed up at Elkhart General Hospital with gunshot injuries.
Detectives from Indiana State Police have taken over the investigation. That's standard protocol following an officer-involved shooting.