KHQ.COM - On June 1, 2013 a Spokane County Sheriff's Deputy shot and killed an intoxicated man in that man's apartment. The deputy involved has been identified as Jerad Kiehn and the man shot and killed is Roy Jacobs. An investigation by Spokane Police said when Kiehn arrived to Jacobs' apartment, the man was holding a knife to a woman. The deputy asked Jacobs to put the knife down. Jacobs did not comply, and began moving toward Deputy Kiehn, so the deputy opened fire, firing twice. Jacobs later died of a gunshot wound to the abdomen. Jacobs' family has a different story. His brother, who was also in the apartment at the time of the shooting, says Roy Jacobs was sitting down when he was shot. The Sheriff's Office disputes that claim, and Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich told KHQ he believes his deputy acted in good faith, to protect both himself and others in the apartment. In light of this shooting, KHQ has received many questions on our Facebook Page about when, and if, local law enforcement officers will get body cameras. On Thursday KHQ spoke with representatives from both the Sheriff's Office and the Spokane Police Department. Police say they are already testing different cameras that officers will wear, and that will go into patrol cars. Implementation of those cameras is expected to start in early 2014. The Sheriff's Office says they are interested in body cameras, but did not disclose a timeline of when they could get them. Deputy Kiehn remains on paid administrative leave while the investigation into the June 1 shooting continues.