ENGLEWOOD, Ohio (WDTN) — A man wanted on a felony charge is dead after police respond to a call for help.

The incident happened around 5:45 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 16 at the 200 block of Eller Avenue in Englewood. According to a release from the Englewood Police Department, a woman in the home called the police because she was concerned for her safety and the safety of others due to the presence of a man. Before police arrived on the scene, the woman was able to remove one gun from the home and hide it in the bushes of her neighbor’s house.

When police got to the scene, they recovered the gun from the neighbor’s bushes. They also confirmed the man was hiding under a bed in a room upstairs and confirmed he possibly had a gun. Officers tried to get the man out from under the bed, but the man reportedly ignored the officers’ commands. A K9 officer from Perry Township responded to help investigators. When the K9 officer went inside the bedroom, officers heard a single gunshot. They believe it came from the man hiding under the bed. A Perry Township Police officer then fired his gun in defense of his K9 partner. Englewood Police also fired two less-than-lethal, or beanbag, rounds and pepper spray because the man was reportedly not complying with commands.

Englewood Police said when officers found the suspect under the mattress, he had a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head and additional shots from the officers after they returned fire. The man died on the scene and has been identified by the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office as 40-year-old Stanley Fairchild of Englewood. Police said a gun was found in his hand and a preliminary investigation found that he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

The Englewood officers who fired beanbag rounds are still on duty. The status of the Perry Township officers who fired gunshots is not known at this time. Police said Fairchild had a felony warrant for failure to appear on failure to comply, which is a fleeing and alluding charge.

“Our officers spent over half-an-hour to try and get this peacefully resolved and unfortunately turned tragic and didn’t end that way,” said Sgt. Mike Lang, Englewood Police. “We always want voluntary compliance and unfortunately he did things with his own reasoning and sadly we’ll never know.”

The Englewood Police Department called in the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) to handle the criminal investigation. The Englewood Police Department will also conduct an administrative investigation into policy compliance by the officers involved.

“The Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Identification is used anytime we have an incident of an officer using force, we have them come in as a third party not connected to the investigation to investigate it for transparency with the community,” said Sgt. Lang.

This incident remains under investigation.