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Police fatally shoot man who approached them while wielding a katana (Tucson, Arizona)

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24 February 2024

TUCSON, Ariz. (13 News) - Authorities have released video from the fatal shooting of a sword-carrying man in Pima County on Saturday, Feb. 24.

The Pima County Regional Incident Team released the video on Friday, March 29.

The PCRIT earlier said 23-year-old Devon Lewis died at the scene, a hotel in the 4800 block of South Palo Verde Road.

PRCIT said someone called 911 to report Lewis was yelling and waving a sword around in the parking lot.

When Pima County Sheriff's Department deputies arrived, they found Lewis standing outside with his sword sheathed.

PRCIT said following a shot conversation between deputies and Lewis, he removed the sword from the sheath and started charging deputies.

A deputy then shot Lewis and other deputies began rendering aid.

There were no other injuries reported in the incident.

The deputy who shot Lewis has been identified as Ramon Morales, a one-year veteran of the PCSD.

PRCIT is investigating the shooting with the Tucson Police Department as the lead agency. The PCSD will conduct a separate investigation to determine if any policy violations occurred.

All findings will be forwarded to the Pima County Attorney's Office for review once the investigation is complete.

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Police fatally shoot armed suspect who fled when he was being arrested (Marana, Arizona)

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10 February 2024

Marana police officers shot and killed a man after he attempted to flee from his arrest and exchanged gunfire with officers on Saturday.

At about 5:30 p.m., Marana police officers stopped 29-year-old Tobin Pico, who was driving a Jeep Cherokee, for traffic violations in the 4100 Block of West Ina Road. According to the Pima Regional Critical Incident Team, the officers suspected Pico was impaired, and a DUI investigation led them to arrest Pico on suspicion of aggravated DUI.

The critical incident team said that as officers were placing Pico in handcuffs, he escaped and started fleeing southward over several traffic lanes. While running, officers saw Pico pull out a handgun. They shouted commands at him to stop and to put the gun down, but Pico kept running, according to police.

The Pima County Sheriff's Department used aircraft to follow Pico as he made his way to the southern part of the river path along the Canyon Del Oro Wash, where officers saw him fire his handgun into the ground, police said. He then travelled eastward toward an occupied parking lot with open businesses in the 6900 block of North Thornydale Road.

Officials said one of the officers fired his rifle at Pico, causing him to fall before getting up and continuing toward the parking lot. Pico ran into some Maran police officers after he rounded a corner, and they exchanged gunfire with each other, police said. Pico was fatally shot.

Officers and the Northwest Fire District tried to save his life, but he was pronounced dead at the scene, according to officials. No officers or civilians were hurt during this shooting.

Officials identified the officers who shot at Pico as officers who had served for 12 years, seven years and six years.

Pima Regional Critical Incident Team is investigating the incident further and will present its findings to the Pima County Attorney's Office when the investigation is complete.

The officers who fired their weapons are: Officer Brad Gill, a 12-year veteran; Officer Jacob McCarthy, a 6-year veteran; and Officer Max Wozniak, a 7-year veteran.

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Police :marseylongpostglow: fatally shoot :marseygunshotsuicide: man wearing body armour and pointing :marseynouautism: a rifle :marseycoomersnipe: at police :marseylongpostglow: (Hemet, California)

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HEMET, Calif. (KABC) -- The Riverside County Sheriff's Department has released video :marseyzeldalinkpast: of a deadly confrontation with an armed man in Hemet.

The incident unfolded back in January :marseytrumpitsoverwereback: after deputies responded to a report of a family :marseypoonerdeathpose: fight :marseyryu: at a home on Jepson Court. Authorities say the man had fired at them from inside :marseyteapot: the residence.

Video shows the suspect, identified as 33-year-old Anthony Ray Mix, carrying what authorities called an assault rifle. It shows him wearing body armour outside :marseytouchgrass: the home when he allegedly pointed the rifle :marseyauthrightill: at deputies, prompting them to open fire.

Mix later :marseywave2: died at the hospital. No deputies were hurt in the incident.

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Police fatally shoot armed woman holding her 2 children hostage with a gun (Tulsa, Oklahoma)

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23 December 2023

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — The Tulsa Police Department (TPD) has released footage from an officer-involved shooting.

TPD reported that on December 23, 2023, at 10:30 P.M., officers responded to a domestic disturbance that involved a 29-year-old female suspect who had brandished and fired a gun while taking hostages inside a residence.

Once officers arrived at the scene, they established a perimeter and attempted to negotiate with the suspect who made threats of suicide and harm to others, including the hostages.

TPD reported that 'due to the imminent danger to the hostages,' officers entered the residence, and during their encounter with the suspect, she began a countdown, prompting an officer to fire their weapon.

At the exact same time, the suspect also fired a round from her pistol, shooting herself.

The suspect, identified as Taylor Torres, died at the scene.

No officers or hostages were injured.

Officials reported that all evidence from the case was submitted to the Tulsa County District Attorney's Office, which ruled the shooting by the officer was justified.

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Police fatally shoot man approaching them with a knife (Norco, California)

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8 February 2024

NORCO, CA — A person armed with a knife was shot and killed in Norco Thursday after allegedly advancing toward Riverside County Sheriff's Department deputies.

The involved deputy was placed on administrative leave following the deadly shooting while the shooting was investigated, according to Sgt. Deirdre Vickers.

The suspect's identity has been withheld, pending notification of next of kin.

Just after 6 p.m., deputies were called to the scene at Hamner Avenue and 6th Street on reports of a suspect armed with a knife, according to Vickers.

"Upon arrival, deputies contacted the subject and gave commands to drop the knife," she said. "The suspect failed to follow commands and advanced towards the deputies with the knife, and a deputy-involved shooting occurred."

Deputies rendered medical aid to the downed suspect until medics arrived. However, the suspect was ultimately pronounced dead at the scene.

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26 January 2024

A protest was held outside the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office more than two months after a man was shot and killed by police inside a corner store.

The rally, organized by the Party for Socialism and Liberation as well as friends and family of 28-year-old Alexander Spencer, took place around 11:30 a.m. on Thursday outside District Attorney Larry Krasner's office in Center City.

On Jan. 26, 2024, Spencer – known by his loved ones as “Spence” – was shot and killed during a caught-on-camera altercation with police officers inside a store along the 2800 block of North Mascher Street. Protesters on Thursday demanded an update on the investigation.

“The community has been told that we have to wait 90 days for any progress on this case,” said Xiomara Torres, an organizer with the Party for Socialism and Liberation. “No matter the results of this 90-day investigation, we know that Spence's death, like so many others, was completely avoidable. If officers had not been conducting stop-and-frisks and harassing patrons of that corner store, Spence would be alive today.”

NBC10 reached out to the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office for comment on the protest.

"We support their right to voice their concerns," a spokesperson wrote. "The investigation into the fatal shooting of Alexander Spencer is ongoing. We have no further comment at this time."

The shooting occurred on Jan. 26 around 8:45 p.m. at a grocery store along the 2800 block of North Mascher Street.

Deputy Commissioner Frank Vanore said two 24th District officers were on a routine patrol inside an unmarked Ford Taurus. The officers parked outside the store and one of the officers walked inside for a security check, according to Vanore.

"He was armed with the information that there was an individual from that area wanted for a non-fatal shooting warrant," Vanore said. "That shooting had happened a few weeks prior to this night. He knew who that individual was and he knew he hung in the area of that store. So he was out looking for that individual to see if he could contact him."

Surveillance video released by police shows Spencer, an unidentified man in a black hooded sweatshirt, and a third man in a red hooded sweatshirt -- later identified by investigators as 42-year-old Jose Quinones-Mendez -- hanging out in the back of the store.

A fourth man in a light-colored sweatshirt enters the store and says in Spanish, "They're coming," just before the first officer enters the store.

Vanore said that fourth man's words "immediately heightened the officer's suspicion that something was going on in that store."

Video shows the officer then speaking with the man in the light-colored sweatshirt though it's unclear from the video what's being said. The officer then approaches and speaks with Spencer, Quinones-Mendez, and the man in the black sweatshirt. The officer's partner then walks into the store.

Another angle from the surveillance video shows the officers speaking with Spencer though it is once again unclear what is being said. Vanore said one of the officers spotted what he believed to be a gun in Spencer's pocket. The video shows the officers searching Spencer. A struggle between the three men then ensues and the officers wrestle Spencer to the floor.

Spencer is heard shouting, "I can't breathe" as the struggle continues.

A gunshot is then heard. Police said it was at that moment when one of the officers was shot in the leg causing his blood to flow on the floor.

“We now know that he had a double perforating wound," Vanore said. “So he was down in a crouch during the struggle, his leg was bent, and the bullet goes in his thigh, out his thigh, in the back of his calf and out the front of his leg. So, one bullet went through four times.”

Police said the video appeared to show that both officers had their weapons holstered when the first shot was fired.

Police said the wounded officer then pulled out his gun and tried to shoot Spencer but was unable to do so. His partner -- later identified as 33-year-old Raheem Hall -- then pulled out his gun and opened fire, shooting and killing Spencer.

The video shows the wounded officer yelling "I'm shot! I'm shot!" Officer Hall, meanwhile, yells in his radio, "Shots fired!"

Vanore said the wounded officer never fired a shot and Officer Hall only fired one shot, which struck and killed Spencer.

Another angle from the video shows a gun sliding across the floor inside the store after the shooting. Quinones-Mendez and the man in the light-colored sweatshirt are seen filming the officers and Spencer with their phones. Quinones-Mendez then grabs the gun on the floor and leaves the scene. Police said the gun he took belonged to Spencer.

Quinones-Mendez was later arrested on Wednesday, Jan. 31 and charged with theft-unlawful taking, theft-receiving stolen property, violation of the uniform firearms act - no license, violation of the uniform firearms act -on streets, obstructing justice and tampering with evidence.

The officer who was shot in the leg was taken to the hospital and later released.

Friends and family members of Spencer disputed the initial police report of the shooting. One of Spencer's relatives -- who did not want to be identified -- told NBC10 Spencer was playing with a gambling machine at the store prior to the shooting. He believes one of the officers involved did or said something to provoke Spencer.

"He takes care of his kids. He's never just out getting in trouble. He do what he gotta do for his family," the relative said. "It's as simple as that and it's not right what he did."

During the press conference on Jan. 30, Krasner and Vanore said they spoke with Spencer's family who asked that the surveillance video be released.

After seeing the video, Spencer's family members want to know why police targeted him that night, even though it appears he did nothing wrong until police approached him.

"For me, my grief has manifested in anger because when they came to me on Friday, they told me your son shot a cop and in turn the cop shot him," Spencer's mother, Yvette Spencer, told NBC10.

She said she was willing to accept what police had told her until she saw the video.

"But when I see the video, that's not what they told me. When I saw the video, I saw them attack my son and then kill my son," she said.

Before police revealed the surveillance video of the shooting, they were investigating another video of the incident that surfaced on social media.

In the video, two officers lean over Spencer and gunshots are heard though it's unclear who fired at who. After the second gunshot, an officer calls for backup and places his knee on Spencer's head.

Police have not released any bodycam footage of the shooting. During the Jan. 30 press conference, Commissioner Bethel said the body worn camera was not initially activated by the officers and that it was knocked off their clothing during the struggle.

The Philadelphia Police Department's officer-involved shooting unit is leading the investigation. Internal affairs and the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office are also investigating.

Both officers were placed on administrative duty pending the outcome of the investigation. Police said they spoke with the wounded officer but have not yet spoken with Officer Hall pending the outcome of the district attorney's investigation which Krasner says could take up to 90 days to complete.

Officer Hall is a 6-year veteran of the Philadelphia Police Department.

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Police fatally shoot domestic violence suspect armed with a shotgun (Surprise, Arizona)

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10 March 2024

SURPRISE, Ariz. - Surprise Police officials have released new details on a deadly weekend shooting that involved one of their officers.

The incident happened at around 3 a.m. on March 10, when officers responded to the area of Waddell and Dysart roads. According to a statement released by Surprise Police on Mar. 11, officers responded to the area following a call that involved a "reported argument between a husband and wife who live at the home."

"Two Surprise police officers responded. As one of the officers entered the home, the adult female ran outside," read a portion of the statement.

Police say they were then confronted by a man, identified as 44-year-old Trinidad Ledesma.

Ledesma, investigators say, was armed with a shotgun, and that was when the officer-involved shooting happened.

"The Buckeye Police Department will investigate this incident as part of the West Valley Investigative Response Team protocols," Surprise PD said, in an earlier statement.

PHOENIX — Newly released body camera footage shows the moments leading up to when Surprise police fatally shot a man during a domestic dispute call in Surprise last month.

The incident occurred after officers arrived at a residence near Dysart and Waddell roads around 3 a.m. on March 10, the Surprise Police Department said in a critical incident briefing video released Friday.

They were responding to a call from a minor reporting a domestic verbal argument.

“My parents are, uh, keep on arguing and they're like, keeping me up all night and it's just being annoying,” the caller said.

After the dispatcher asked if there were any weapons inside the house, the caller replied, “Uh, no, I don't think so. I think they're just, like, verbally arguing but like sometimes they do this and … it just gets out of control.”

When two officers arrived, they could hear screaming inside the residence.

As the officers approached the front door, a woman exited and said, “He's trying to hit me.”

One officer stayed with the woman, while the other entered into the home.

As the officer opened the door, 44-year-old Trinidad Ledesma could be seen walking from the living room to the kitchen area, out of the camera view.

“As the officer turned the corner, he encountered Ledesma facing him with a black shotgun in his right hand,” Sgt. Richard Hernandez said in the briefing video.

Ledesma could be heard in the video saying, “Don't come in. Don't come near, boss.”

According to Hernandez, Ledesma began to bring his shotgun up, in the officer's direction, prompting the officer to fire his weapon at least seven times. Ledesma was pronounced dead at the scene.

The officer involved in the fatal shooting has six years of service experience, with less than one year with the Surprise Police Department.

An investigation into the shooting is being conducted by the Maricopa County Attorney's Office.

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Police fatally shoot man charging at them with a metal pole (Oxnard, California)

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12 March 2023

A man was shot and killed by Oxnard police this month after he charged them with a 5-foot metal pole and screamed, “I hate pigs,” according to body camera footage released by the department.

Adam Barcenas, 60, was killed March 12 while three police officers were speaking to a person during a DUI traffic stop, police said Friday when they released the footage.

The shooting unfolded in the 100 block of West 4th Street, according to the Oxnard Police Department.

Barcenas is heard screaming profanities at the officers in the video before he appears on screen. Officers wave away the man they were speaking to during the traffic stop as Barcenas approaches them with the large metal pole.

He charged toward the three officers, who told Barcenas to drop the pole. Barcenas continued to move toward the officers, shouting, “I hate pigs” and “I hate you,” the video shows.

Officers Alexus Santos and Bryce Parker drew their Taser stun guns, while Officer Shayn Schwartz drew his firearm and fired four shots, according to the Police Department. Three of the four shots hit Barcenas in the right leg, left hip, and the upper part of his body, police said in a statement.

Santos fired her Taser, but investigators said the probes did not break through Barcena's clothing. Parker did not fire his Taser.

Barcenas was not involved in the DUI traffic stop that initially brought the officers to the sidewalk around 6 a.m., police said.

Officers gave Barcenas first aid until paramedics arrived, according to the department. He was taken to Ventura County Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead around 8:30 a.m., police said.

No one else was harmed during the incident, which took about 10 seconds to unfold.

Barcenas was found guilty in 2019 of felony elder abuse in connection with two separate attacks against a man and a woman, according to the Ventura County district attorney's office.

Armida Castro, 71, died about a week after one of the attacks, but prosecutors declined to file homicide charges against Barcenas because Castro's death could not be directly linked to the assault due to her “significant pre-existing medical conditions,” the district attorney's office said.

Barcenas was sentenced to six years in prison for the attacks, but it was unclear why he was out of custody this month.

Officers Scwhartz and Parker joined the Oxnard Police Department in April and Santos joined in 2020, the department said in a statement. None had been involved in a shooting before this one.

Investigators with the department's major crimes unit will review the shooting and submit a report to the Ventura County district attorney's office, Oxnard Police Chief Jason Benites said. Prosecutors will determine whether the shooting was legally justified, and the Police Department's Professional Standards Division will determine whether the officers acted within policy, Benites said.

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On March 3rd, 2022, Yan Li, 47, (Woman in the video) had a sheriff of the San Diego Police Department (California) Serve her an eviction notice. The sheriff noticed a Knife in her hand and raised his weapon from his holster. Yan Li ended up in a stand-off with the Authorities which then only escalated as she risked it all and charged at an officer as they breached her front door in an apartment building in Little Italy, W Beech Street.

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