BOISE -- A 34-year-old man was shot by Ada County Sheriff's Office deputies serving a warrant in Boise on Tuesday.

The Ada County Critical Incident Task Force is investigating the shooting, which happened in the 9900 block of Granger Avenue - between Mitchell Street and Five Mile Road - at about 12:15 p.m.

Ada County Sheriff Stephen Bartlett told KTVB deputies with the Anti Crime Team In Our Neighborhoods (ACTION) Unit were serving the warrant at a home when they got into an altercation with someone inside the house.

The Ada County Sheriff's Office said three ACTION Unit deputies were serving an arrest warrant on Robert Coy, 65, for a felony charge of falsifying documents when he started resisting.

The man's son, Bryan Coy, was in the house and fired a pistol at the deputies, who returned fire.

Bryan Coy was taken to a local hospital with injuries that don't appear to be life threatening. A warrant for him has been issued on a charge of aggravated assault with a $1 million bond, and he'll be booked into the Ada County Jail when he's released from the hospital.

Robert Coy was booked into the jail on a felony charge of offering a false or forged instrument and is being held on $10,000 bond. Additional charges are possible.

No deputies were hurt in the shooting.

The deputies involved were: Sgt. Pat Schneider, who has been with the sheriff's office for 17 years; Deputy Ryan Donelson who has been with the agency for 12 years; and Deputy Terry Lakey who has been with the ACSO for 11 years.

The shooting sparked a large police presence in the neighborhood, with several streets blocked off.

Bartlett said shortly before 2 p.m. that the investigation has been turned over to the Critical Incident Task Force, led by Boise Police.

Neighbors in the area of Granger Avenue rushed outside to find out more information about the incident Tuesday afternoon. KTVB spoke with a few people who live just a block away from where the shooting happened.

Jana Plattino is on spring break and was at home watching television when she heard shots ring out. She says initially, she thought a drive-by shooting might have occurred.

"I heard about ten gunshots fired- from what I counted, at least," Plattino told KTVB. "I came just in time to see two gunshots fired at the house. There were also police breaking the windows."

Another neighbor told KTVB she is shocked this happened in her quiet West Boise neighborhood.

"Nothing like this has ever happened before," one neighbor, Heather Stacy, said. "It's such a safe neighborhood. I let my five- and nine-year-old play out front by themselves. I don't ever have to worry."

"I heard about ten gunshots fired- from what I counted, at least," Plattino told KTVB. "I came just in time to see two gunshots fired at the house. There were also police breaking the windows."