MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says that a Morrison County deputy used a “less-lethal” munitions shotgun to fire a beanbag round during an incident near Genola last week, seriously injuring a 44-year-old man.

The incident happened on May 22.

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According to the BCA, police were responding to a call of a domestic assault involving a knife.

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Investigators say that Deputy Bill Vanden Avond was the officer involved in the incident, and he’s been with Morrison County Sheriff’s Office for four years.

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The man struck by the beanbag round, from Motley, is now at Hennepin Healthcare, where he’s still receiving treatment for a serious wound.