AMHERST COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — As the investigation continues into the officer-involved shooting that left an Amherst man dead on June 1, Virginia State Police (VSP) has identified the victim as 40-year-old Daniel S. Meadows.

During the investigation, VSP learned that the Amherst County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) received two 911 calls on Thursday regarding Meadows’s alleged behavior before the shooting occurred.

The first call came from a landowner claiming that a man who was later identified as Meadows, was allegedly trespassing near the intersection of Route 60 and Sandidges Road. State Police say before deputies arrived; Meadows left the scene in his pickup truck.

The investigation revealed, the ACSO then received a second call claiming Meadows was allegedly acting erratic while allegedly loitering at the intersection of Route 60 and Sandidges Road.

Around 2:40 p.m., a deputy arrived at the scene, and as they approached Meadows, he allegedly pulled out a machete. VSP says the deputy shot him.

Crews performed life-saving efforts, but Meadows died at the scene. His body was taken to the Office of the Medical Examiner for an examination and autopsy.

The deputy was not injured during the incident and was placed on administrative leave.

VSP says once the State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation’s Appomattox Field Office finishes its investigation, their finding will be sent to the Commonwealth’s Attorney for review and adjudication.

WFXR News will update you with additional details as they are released.