Crime Suspect Grabbed Officer’s Gun in Police Lobby, and Shot at Him: Cops

01:15  28 september  2020
01:15  28 september  2020 Source:   lawandcrime.com

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During the altercation, the suspect grabbed one of the officers handgun and appears to have fired it. The man fatally shot by LAPD Officers “repeatedly refused to comply with officers demands,” and evidence shows he grabbed at police officer ’ s pistol before he was shot , Los Angeles Police Chief

Police in Los Angeles, California announced there was a dicey, but ultimately non-lethal situation at one of their offices on Saturday night. They say a suspect entered the front lobby of the Harbor Station.

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“The officer met with the suspect at which time the officer was assaulted,” they wrote on Sunday. “The officer’s gun was removed and he was fired upon, but not struck. The Watch Commander heard the commotion and responded to the lobby, at which time an officer involved shooting occured. The suspect ran to a white pick-up truck and drove off.”

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The custody officer died in hospital but Dick said that the suspect survived and is now “in a critical but stable condition”. Police were about to run a metal detector over the suspect before he managed to reach a gun he had secreted on his body and open fire, fatally shooting the sergeant in the chest

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The suspect was not named, but only described as a Hispanic man.

Police chief Michael Moore said Sunday morning that the officer was in stable condition. Initial reports said that the official had been shot in the head.

“Spoke with officer at hospital,” he wrote. “He is resting and will be ok. Bumps and bruises. He was not shot. Harbor units responding pursued suspect and took him into custody.”

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A shot rings out and the perpetrator breaks free as civilians scatter. It’ s not exactly clear as to whether the suspect fired the round or if the responding officers did, but now the other cops draw their As soon the suspect clears the other cops , an officer fires a single round into the suspect , dropping him.

The 23-year-old suspect also shot himself and was critically ill in hospital on Friday evening. Police had been about to run a metal detector over him “ His handcuffs remained in place while officers prepared to search him using a metal detector. It is at the point that shots were fired resulting in the

This happened the same day that a man allegedly fired at an off-duty officer riding a personal vehicle in the neighborhood of Reseda on Saturday morning. Officers are still looking for the suspect in that case. The officer in this matter was not injured, though his car was struck by bullets, according to the police account.

On September 13, two Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies were ambushed while sitting in their patrol vehicle, as seen on surveillance video. They both survived, though one was reportedly shot in the jaw, and the other in the head. The suspect in that matter also remains on the loose.

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