Wife says Medication Switch May Have Led to Shootout
The wife of a Shoals man who died in a shootout with a state trooper in Daviess County says he may not have been right mentally at the time because he had recently changed medication for Alzheimer's disease.
Alice Jones says her husband, James Jones, had not been himself for a month prior his death on June 17th.
The 60-year-old Jones was shot and killed by Indiana State Trooper Jarrod Lents during a robbery at the Black Oak Armaments Gun Shop in Montgomery.
Trooper Lents was shot multiple times, but a protective vest saved his life.
He has since returned to duty.