The incident was initially reported as a traffic stop around 12:30 a.m. Law enforcement officials were on the scene for several hours, but by late morning the scene was cleared.
The shooting was the second officer-involved shooting in Montgomery County this week. The first took place in Dayton Sunday night, where three officers opened fire on Donald Saunders, striking him at least four times and eventually killing him.
Police said Saunders pointed a gun into the chest of the supervising officer before the shooting took place.
Dayton Police Professional Standards Bureau is investigating that shooting.