The video above is from a previous story.

CLEVELAND (WJW) – Police are expected to release body camera video Wednesday that was captured when an officer was allegedly attacked, and then shot the suspect.

The incident unfolded in the early hours of Monday morning and involved a Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority Officer.

The shooting happened shortly after midnight in the 4500 block of W. 174th Street.

According to Cleveland’s Police Chief, the officer was responding to a report of loud music at The Villages at Riverside Park on the city’s west side when he was flagged down. When the officer got out of his vehicle, he was allegedly attacked.

In the video below, Chief Wayne Drummond describes the attack.

“He was immediately attacked by a male subject, not sure if it was the person who flagged him down, again its under investigation,” said Chief Wayne Drummond.

The officer tried using a Taser and ordered the suspect to stop, but the suspect allegedly kept attacking the officer, said Drummond. The officer fired his gun, and the suspect was shot twice.

Drummond said the officer called for medics and administered first-aid to the suspect until medical help arrived.

Maalik Roquemore, 32, of Cleveland was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.

The officer was injured but is expected to be OK.