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Crime Brianna Sykes, 19, Identified as Woman Killed by Police Officer in Flint, Michigan

19:50  21 june  2021
19:50  21 june  2021 Source:   newsweek.com

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a blue car parked on the side of a building: A Michigan State Police vehicle sits parked outside Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan on September 27, 2019. Michigan State Police have identified Sykes as the woman who died in an officer-involved shooting in Flint on Saturday. © Raymond Boyd/Getty A Michigan State Police vehicle sits parked outside Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan on September 27, 2019. Michigan State Police have identified Sykes as the woman who died in an officer-involved shooting in Flint on Saturday.

Nineteen-year-old Brianna Sykes has been identified by authorities as the woman shot and killed by a police officer in Flint, Mich. over the weekend.

"At the request of the Flint Police Department, the Michigan State Police is investigating an officer-involved shooting that occurred at approximately 2:14 p.m. in the City of Flint involving a Fling Police Department officer," authorities said in a news release Monday.

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"Preliminary investigation indicates the officer, who was working a traffic point of the Juneteenth Celebration Parade, was fried upon by the lone occupant of a vehicle who drove up to him at the traffic point," officials said. "Upon taking fire, the officer returned fire, striking the suspect," who has been identified as Sykes.

Sykes was transported to a local hospital for medical treatment following the Saturday incident but succumbed to her injuries at the hospital.

The officer was not injured, nor were any bystanders in the surrounding area.

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

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