SHEBOYGAN (WFRV) - The Sheboygan Police Department says a seven year veteran officer shot and killed a man who pulled a handgun during a traffic stop. Sheboygan Police Chief Christopher Domagalski said the incident started around 1:25 Friday morning when 52-year old James Knee of the Two Rivers area was pulled over for speeding at the intersection of 17th Street & Michigan Avenue. He got out of his car with his hand behind his back. A veteran officer gave verbal commands for Knee to show his hands. After refusing to do so, the officer shot him with a taser gun, which did not subdue him. From there, police say knee showed a gun, then the officer fired two shots. The coroner tells Channel 5 one shot hit the man's hand, the other went through his heart and to the liver. About an hour later, Knee was pronounced dead at the hospital. Police say Knee has an extensive criminal record and was under supervision with the Department of Corrections for a crime he committed 11-years ago. Kirk Parker has the story.