Following two officer-involved shootings over the weekend — one of which was fatal — the Akron Police Department now has five officers under review.

The first incident this past weekend occurred at about 9 p.m. Friday, when officers responded to a call about an armed man banging on a person’s door and threatening to shoot through it.

Police said they ordered the man, who appeared to be intoxicated, to show his hands and get down on the porch. When he didn’t, police said, officers shot him.

The man is currently in critical but stable condition at Summa Akron City Hospital.

A rookie officer who has been with the department less than a year and an officer with 4½ years’ experience were involved in that shooting.

The second shooting came after a five-hour manhunt for a 49-year-old man suspected of killing his wife.

Officers initially responded at about 3:30 a.m. Saturday to the 1300 block of Carey Avenue in Sherbondy Hill for a woman stating that the suspect had shot and killed her sister, who was the suspect’s 45-year-old wife.

The victim’s sister fled the house with her daughter to call police. She indicated the suspect has bipolar disorder.

The victim’s sister declined to talk to the Beacon Journal on Sunday.

Meanwhile, the suspect left the scene and had multiple run-ins with other strangers, police said, including knocking on the door of a stranger to use her phone and carjacking a man who gave him a ride.

Officers finally caught up with him when a victim called the police after the suspect broke into her house through the back door.

Officers said they gave him loud verbal commands to stop and drop the gun. They shot him after he attempted to run again, and he later died from his injuries.

One of the officers involved in that shooting has been on the force for 15 years, while the other has been on it for 2½, police said.

The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation is investigating both incidents.

The four officers involved in the shootings over the weekend are on administrative leave, per department policy.

No further details or identities were released Sunday by police or the Summit County Medical Examiner.

Akron police spokesperson Lt. Rick Edwards said he had no further comment about the weekend’s shootings.

The investigations come just days after two brothers who were shot by an Akron police officer last October were cleared of the most serious allegations against them.

In that incident, brothers Latrent Redrick and Jamon Pruiett were shot by an Akron officer after a fight broke out downtown that officers said they were involved in.

However, a Summit County jury found Pruiett not guilty last week of felonious assault, a first-degree felony, and an accompanying gun specification.

Redrick was on trial in Summit County Common Pleas Court last week for two counts of felonious assault, second-degree felonies, with gun specifications, when prosecutors offered a plea agreement. Under the deal, prosecutors dismissed the felony charges and Redrick pleaded no contest to inducing panic, a first-degree misdemeanor. Redrick received a 180-day suspended jail sentence and was put on nonreporting probation for six months.

The brothers said last week that they are considering suing the city of Akron over the incident.

The Summit County Prosecutor’s Office is reviewing the actions of the involved officer, John Turnure, who is no longer on administrative leave.

Akron Police Chief Kenneth Ball last week defended Turnure’s actions.

Theresa Cottom can be reached at 330-996-3216 or tcottom@thebeaconjournal.com. Follow her on Twitter @Theresa_Cottom.