Chris Miller recorded the frightening ordeal on his Smartphone.
The family of an aspiring TV producer mistakenly shot and killed by Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies is suing the department.
A SWAT standoff ended in a fatal deputy-involved shooting early Tuesday morning.
Later, investigators say the suspect grabbed a second knife and started moving toward the deputies, who fired.
The shooting happened when deputies responded to a report of a person with a gun in the 3400 block of King Jr. Boulevard at California Avenue, a sergeant at the sheriff’s Century Station told City News Service.
Law enforcement spent all night Saturday searching for a man who shot at sheriff’s deputies and fled. Six hours later, they caught up to the 30-year-old suspect, who had been holed up in a East L.A. home.
The family of a 30-year-old man who was mistakenly shot and killed by deputies in West Hollywood is speaking out.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department admitted Thursday deputies made a deadly mistake this week when they fatally shot an innocent man.
Los Angeles sheriff’s deputies Monday were investigating a fatal deputy-involved shooting in West Hollywood.
A homeowner Friday afternoon recounted his encounter with the suspect killed in a deputy-involved shooting in Chino Hills.
No deputies were hurt in the incident.
Authorities Friday continued to investigate the circumstances surrounding a fatal deputy-involved shooting in an unincorporated area of West Covina.
Deputies fatally shot a robbery suspect Thursday evening following a pursuit in West Covina.
SKY9 reports the no-hit shooting occurred near Magnolia Street and Acacia Avenue. One person has been taken into custody. It does not appear he has any injuries.
Authorities say two people have been wounded in a deputy-involved shooting in Monrovia.