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Eisfeld, 37, died of a single bullet to the head after he shot up his neighborhood and raised his gun toward members of the Washington County Tactical Negotiations Team. Two members of the team -- Beaverton police Officer Ty Hanlon and Washington County sheriff's Sgt. Greg Kisor -- fired simultaneously at Eisfeld.Initially, Forest Grove police responded to a report of a suicidal man in the Quail Run Estates manufactured home park at 3300 Main St. After finding Eisfeld in a bedroom armed with a rifle and handgun, they left and called for the interagency tactical negotiations team. Police led dozens of neighbors from the area just before Eisfeld started firing out the windows and door of his home. Police said Eisfeld fired at least 30 rounds into nearby homes and vehicles. No one was injured. When Eisfeld came out of his home and pointed his rifle from the hip toward officers, Hanlon and Kisor fired. Eisfeld. An autospy showed that Eisfeld was intoxicated at the time, with a blood-alcohol level of 0.13 percent. Eisfeld had served in the Oregon Army National Guard. In 1991, he moved to Forest Grove, where he was a landscaper for Pacific University for 12 years.