COSHOCTON -- A man shot by a Coshocton County sheriff's deputy on March 26 died as a result of a gunshot wound to the head according to Franklin County Coroner Dr. Jan M. Gorniak.

David W. Stahl, 20, died at Grant Medical Center in Columbus where he was flown after receiving initial treatment at Coshocton Memorial Hospital.

Stahl was shot multiple times, according to Gorniak.

The deputy who shot Stahl remained on administrative leave while the shooting incident is investigated by the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation. Authorities declined to release the name of the deputy.

A second Coshocton County sheriff's deputy was injured during an accident at the conclusion of a pursuit involving Stahl and deputies. He was reportedly treated at Coshocton Memorial Hospital and later released.

Authorities also declined to release the identity of the injured deputy.

According to reports, a pursuit involving Stahl and New Concord police started in the village when an officer tried to stop him for a traffic violation at approximately 9:20 p.m.

The pursuit left the village northbound on Route 83 to Route 93 where the officer terminated the pursuit near Plainfield.

With knowledge the truck driven by Stahl was heading north in Coshocton County, deputies located the vehicle on U.S. 36 near the intersection with Route 93 north of West Lafayette. A second pursuit ensued for approximately a mile and the fatal shots were fired after an accident near County Road 509 at approximately 10:09 p.m.

Stahl died the following day.