The Minnesota B-C-A is investigating an officer-involved fatal shooting in north Minneapolis over the weekend. According to police, an anonymous 9-1-1 caller reported a man was shooting off a handgun into the air and into the ground just before 5:30 PM Saturday. Officers arrived on scene and encountered the suspect–later identified as 31-year-old Thurman Blevins–when he fled and shots were fired. Blevins was pronounced dead at the scene. Officers were wearing body cameras. The shooting prompted activists to temporarily pause the Pride parade in downtown Minneapolis. And a vigil was held Sunday night near where the shooting occurred. Police Chief Medaria Arradondo appeared at the protest vowing there would be a full, fair, and transparent investigation. He also emphasized that the officers were wearing body cameras. Police say a handgun was recovered from the scene.