Man killed by deputies after patrol automobiles rammed in Palmdale
Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies on Sunday shot and killed a person who they are saying rammed into two patrol automobiles in Palmdale.
The capturing occurred within the 6900 block of Jack Rabbit Way shortly after 6 p.m., in response to L.A. County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Tracy Koerner. Deputies had been following up on a home violence name from earlier within the night once they tried to make contact with a person who was seated inside a car, Koerner stated.
“The suspect attempted to flee the location and rammed two patrol vehicles several times,” he stated. Then the deputies opened hearth, he stated.
Koerner stated it was later decided that “the suspect was not involved in the early domestic violence call.”
Sheriff’s division officers Monday couldn’t instantly affirm what number of deputies had been concerned or what number of pictures had been fired.
Aerial video of the scene captured by CBS-TV confirmed no less than six patrol automobiles in a cul-de-sac.
The man, whose identify has been withheld pending notification of subsequent of kin, was pronounced lifeless on the scene.
Anyone with details about the incident is requested to contact the sheriff’s Homicide Bureau at (323) 890-5500.