MONTCLAIR (CBSLA) — Police shot an injured a man suspected of homicide who allegedly began firing at officers after being pulled over in Montclair Monday afternoon.
According to the Pomona Police Department, officers were assisting another agency when they made a traffic stop on a driver suspected of homicide at about 3:37 p.m. in the area of Monte Vista Avenue and the 10 Freeway.READ MORE: Report: Clippers Star Kawhi Leonard May Miss Rest Of Jazz Playoff Series Due To Knee Injury
UPDATE – I can confirm we were assisting another agency and made a traffic stop on a murder suspect out of Fresno. The suspect exited his car and fired on Pomona officers. A firearm was recovered at the scene. All further info will come from Montclair PD, who is handling https://t.co/qPhXLkd2Bf
— Chief Michael Ellis (@EllisPPD) June 30, 2020READ MORE: Foo Fighters Hold Full-Capacity Indoor Show In Agoura Hills
Police said the man exited his vehicle and began shooting at the officers when an officer returned fire, striking the man who was taken to the hospital in unknown condition. No officers were injured.MORE NEWS: Brush Fire Breaks Out Near 101 Freeway In Thousand Oaks, Suspect In Custody
Montclair Police Department was said to be investigating the shooting.