UPDATE: Deputies shoot, kill man following hours-long stand-off in Boring

Damage to Clackamas County Sheriff's deputy's car following shootout on Dec. 26, 2017 (Photo courtesy Clackamas County Sheriff's Office)

Clackamas County Sheriff's deputies have identified the man who was shot and killed amid a shootout with deputies Tuesday as 44-year-old Nathaniel Fritz Macalevy.

Deputies were searching for Macalevy in a restraining order violation call around 11:30 p.m. Monday. The woman who alerted police told them Macalevy "was heavily armed and wearing a helmet and vest" and was somewhere on the property off SE Ten Eyck Road.

A SWAT team was called for back-up, and after searching for several hours with no luck, the woman who called police was transported to safety.

Around 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, police made contact with Macalevy while he was driving his work van. he led deputies on a chase, which eventually ended near Highway 212 and SE Church Road at his home.

Deputies say Macalevy was wearing a helmet and vest when he got out of car and started firing shots at the deputies, hitting their cars several times.

Deputies returned fire, and shortly after, Macalevy was found dead behind the property. Officials have confirmed Macalevy was shot and killed by deputies.

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