CUMMING, Ga. (AP) -- The Georgia Bureau of Investigation continues to investigate the fatal shooting of a heavily armed man who shot a deputy doing a security check at the Forsyth County courthouse.<br />
The agency said in a news release Monday that an autopsy showed 48-year-old Dennis Marx died from multiple gunshot wounds suffered during a shootout with deputies Friday.<br />
Forsyth County Sheriff Duane Piper asked the GBI to do a use of force investigation. The findings will be presented to District Attorney Penny Penn.<br />
The courthouse reopened Monday after repairs were made over the weekend to walls and windows struck by bullets.<br />
Authorities have said Marx had an assault rifle, two handguns, explosives and supplies to take hostages.<br />
The deputy was shot in the leg and was in stable condition over the weekend.
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