An officer from the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department has been injured after a traffic stop took a fatal turn.

Bodycam footage of the incident involving 31-year-old Nika Nicole Holbert and Officer Josh Baker was released Friday, WJHL reports. The shooting took place around 9:30 p.m. outside of a Dollar General.

At the time, Baker pulled over the black Chevrolet Camaro after learning the vehicle was owned by a convicted felon with six active warrants, CNN reports.

MNPD spokesperson Don Aaron revealed Holbert was initially compliant during the traffic stop until Baker discovered drugs in her purse.

“Her compliance changed after Officer Baker found what appeared to be marijuana and a powder substance in her bag and attempted to detain her while waiting for backup officers,” Aaron said in a statement.

In the bodycam footage, Baker asks Holbert to turn around, but the woman refused and tells the officer, “ don’t put me in handcuffs. I haven’t done anything wrong.”

Baker attempts to arrest Holbert, which results in the woman running around the car until the officer threatens to tase her. She then retreats into the driver’s seat where she was is tased.

Although stunned by the taser, Holbert was able to reach into the passenger’s side to grab a gun. Baker warned Holbert to put the weapon down, but Holbert didn’t comply with his demand.

Dash camera footage shows multiple shots fired between the two. Baker, who was wearing a bulletproof vest, was hit twice in the torso. Holbert drove off, but her car was later found crashed into an embankment.

Holbert later died at TriStar Skyline Medical Center while Baker was treated for his injuries at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. The officer, who underwent surgery, is reportedly in stable condition.

Aaron revealed the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department has launched an investigation into the shooting and it remains ongoing.

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