(Reuters) - A former police officer shot a Georgia county sheriff and his deputy when they intervened in a domestic dispute in which three people were killed, local media said on Monday.
Habersham County's Joey Terrell and Deputy Bill Zigan had been called out late on Sunday to a house in Clarkesville, northeastern Georgia, where they had found a woman dead in the garage, the Atlanta Journal Constitution (AJC) reported, citing the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
Neither men had life-threatening injuries, AJC said.
The woman in the garage has been identified as the ex-wife of the gunman - a former police officer in Gainesville, Florida - and he was also among the dead, local media said.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation could not immediately be reached for comment.
(Reporting by Victoria Cavaliere in Seattle; Editing by Louise Ireland)