BURNSVILLE — The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) says 38-year-old Shannon Gooden fired more than 100 rifle rounds at law enforcement and first responders during last Sunday’s early-morning standoff in Burnsville. Investigators believe the two officers who died were initially shot inside the home. They say officers had been negotiating with Gooden inside that residence for about three-and-a-half hours when he opened fire without warning. It’s believed Officers Paul Elmstrand and Matthew Ruge were hit, along with Officer Adam Medlicott. He and another officer returned fire, hitting Gooden in the leg. They say Officers Ruge and Medlicott were shot a second time as officers moved from the home to an armored vehicle in the driveway, and that’s when Firefighter/Paramedic Adam Finseth was fatally shot while trying to aid the officers. The full news release from the MN BCA can be found here.