Wichita, Kan. (KAKE) - New images from the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office show the moments leading up to when investigators say a 42-year-old man in west Wichita held up a gun to three police officers, prompting one of the officers to shoot.

Sheriff Jeff Easter said that the man, who remains unidentified, was resisting arrest after an alleged domestic violence incident at the man's home in the 1600 block of North Wood, near 13th & Tyler.

"What he actually did was he retreated back into the room, reached back into his waistband and then drew the weapon," Easter said.

Police were initially called to the house around 10 p.m. on Monday, but the man wasn't there.

"Another family member snuck out of the house after he came back home and called 911 and officers arrived. They asked the people inside if he was there, he was in the basement. They summoned him to come upstairs and at that point, the confrontation began."

Easter said that the man was struck three times and was taken to the hospital with serious injuries, but is expected to recover.

"Once the investigation is completed, the facts of the incident will be presented to the Sedgwick County district attorney's office for review," Easter said. "Once he's released from the hospital, he will be booked into jail."

The sheriff's office investigates all Wichita police officer-involved shootings, and any time a sheriff's deputy is involved in a crime, WPD investigates.