family is recovering from a violent burglary. Deputies say it started with a chase, a man breaking into a home and then sheriff's deputies shooting that man. WDBJ7's Tim Saunders is live on Oakwood Knolls Drive in Bedford, where the ordeal ended. Jean, that man was shot and killed at the end of this street last night. Deputies started looking for him around 8 last night, after he broke into a house on Route 24. Melissa Cochran was taking a shower when a man grabbed her by the hair and pulled her into the front yard. The man wanted the keys to Cochran's Chevy Equinox, but she refused to hand them over and ended up throwing them into the woods. The man put a gun in her face and was ready to shoot, but he ended up pulling the weapon back when a tractor trailer came down Route 24 and saw what was happening. Cochran was able to run back in the house and lock her doors. The burglar then tried to hot-wire her car, but he was unsuccessful. He eventually took off on a dirt bike. Cochran's husband, James, came home minutes later to find his wife frightened and traumatized. James Cochran/Husband: " may upset some people by saying this, but the way i grew up i would have shot him if i was here. i would have shot and killed him." The man did die several hours later, following a confrontation with a sheriff's deputy. The burglar was spotted driving erratically on Route 24. The deputy chased him down Route 1-22 and eventually onto Oakwood Knolls Drive. At the end of the road, the man rammed the deputy's car and tried to take off running, but the deputy ended up shooting him. His name hasn't been released yet. The deputy is on administrative leave while state police investigate. This isn't the first crime to effect the Cochran family. Coming up at six, we'll tell you about another bad incident that happened to them just a few weeks ago. Live in Bedford, Tim Saunders, wdbj7.