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October 28, 2021

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Suspect dead after officer pursuit in San Diego Friday night

The armed suspect ran from the car after being stopped by police on El Cajon Boulevard, based on SDPD.

One man is dead after officers shot a suspect throughout a pursuit in San Diego Friday night. The suspect was wished for 2 shootings on Friday, one in Talmage and one close to Belmont Park.

San Diego Police responded to a report of a capturing in the realm of 5900 University Avenue simply earlier than 9 p.m. on Friday night.  When officers arrived, they discovered a 29-year-old man who had sustained a number of gunshot wounds.

Witnesses on the scene gave police an outline of the suspect car and the route they left the scene.

According to a police assertion, the suspect’s car was noticed utilizing the SDPD helicopter and the police stopped the automotive close to 54th Street and El Cajon Blvd. in the Talmage space of San Diego with 4 suspects in the car.

During the cease, one suspect ran from the automotive with what seemed like a gun in his hand based on the officers on the scene and the helicopter above.  The different 3 suspects remained in the car.

According to the SDPD assertion, the suspect “disregarded several commands to stop and drop the weapon. He was eventually confronted behind a fast-food restaurant and an officer-involved shooting occurred. Two San Diego Police Officers discharged their service weapons and the man was struck at least once.” 

SDPD reported that they had been capable of recuperate the firearm that the suspect was carrying when he ran from the car in addition to two extra firearms that had been discovered in the suspect’s automotive.

The suspect, solely recognized as a 22-year-old Hispanic male right now, was pronounced dead on the hospital.

SDPD is also contemplating the identical suspects could have been concerned in one other capturing close to Belmont Park earlier on Friday.

The names of the officers concerned in the capturing should not being launched right now. They have each been with the division for about one year and are assigned to Mid-City Division.

San Diego Police are asking that anybody with data concerning this incident is requested to name the Homicide Unit at (619) 531-2293 or Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477.