NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — An exchange of gunfire Wednesday night left one man dead and injured a Norfolk Sheriff’s Office deputy.

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According to police, the shooting occurred around 9:40 p.m. at a residence in the 8000 block of Glade Road, off Chesapeake Boulevard.

The man, later identified as 33-year-old Michael Antonio Goode, Jr. was pronounced deceased at the scene. The deputy was transported to a local hospital with non life-threatening injuries.

A spokesperson from the Norfolk Sheriff’s Office told 10 On Your Side’s Amy Avery that the deputy sustained a gunshot wound to the face and is currently listed in stable condition. He’s on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation, the sheriff’s office said Friday.

10 On Your Side is working to learn more about the shooting.

Neighbors say the Colonial Heights neighborhood is usually very quiet, but several of them woke up to hear gunshots fired right outside their homes Wednesday night. 

“With me living right here and then living right there, this is the first time something ever happened that close to me,” said Lisa. 

Lisa didn’t want to go on camera, but she tells 10 On Your Side this shooting hit a little too close to home. 

She says she was inside cooking when she heard the gunshots. 

“When I came outside, I saw my next-door neighbor’s car door open and I said, ‘were those shots?’”

Lisa says her neighbor told her that her husband was shot. Lisa then called 911.

“I said ‘what happened?’ and she said ‘we had just came back from Walmart and we were sitting in the car and the guy walked up to us and tried to rob us,” said Lisa. “From what I gathered the guy just told them ‘give me all you got and so whatever they had they wanted.” 

Lisa says the woman’s husband is a Norfolk sheriff’s deputy. 

The Norfolk Sheriff’s Office didn’t release any details about what led up to the shooting or the relationship between the deputy and the man who died. 

“’I said who shot your husband?’ and she said ‘that man right there’ and I said ‘who?’ and she said ‘he’s on the ground’,” said Lisa. 

The deputy’s wife told Lisa they were approached in their driveway. 

“I asked ‘was it just him?’ and she said ‘no the other one took off’,” said Lisa. “It’s scary to me and my heart really went out to her because I wouldn’t know what to do.” 

Another neighbor says she was asleep but woke up when she heard the gunfire. 

Jennilyn Hangka says one of the bullets even hit her home, right on the other side of the wall where her father was sleeping. 

Hangka says she’s lived in the neighborhood for 2 years and says the area is usually pretty safe. 

“My kids are always playing outside and this is the first time I’ve heard of something like this,” said Hangka. 

Lisa agreed. She says the neighborhood was really quiet when she first moved in, but says she plans to be more cautious of her surroundings. 

She says her door was unlocked Wednesday night when the shooting happened and says it’s scary to think it could’ve been her. 

“They could’ve just come right into my house and did whatever they wanted to do so at this point I’m kind of scared to be here by myself,” said Lisa. “Be alert. You don’t know what a person is up to.”

A representative from the Norfolk Sheriff’s Department says the incident is being investigated by Virginia State Police to promote neutrality. State Police Officers say this is an active and ongoing criminal investigation, so they can not provide any more information at this time.  

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