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Officers Including 1 Woman Shot in New Haven, Suspect Arrested

25 September, 2017, 00:26 | Author: Priscilla Morrison
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- Indiana State Police say a man was shot and killed by officers in New Castle Sunday morning after he had shot a police officer in the chest.

One officer believed the object was a weapon and ordered the man to drop the item, but he did not comply with commands. The officer returned fire on Burke. The officer then determined the item in the man's hand was not a weapon. The rounds also hit another officer who was trying to stop the man.

Sheriff's detectives were assisting La Verne police in investigating an officer-involved-shooting Saturday that left one man and one officer injured. Officer Eric Pesino suffered a graze wound to his arm, but has already been treated and released from the hospital.

The officers were conscious following the shootings, authorities tell CBS Connecticut.

According to Warren, the man continued to approach the officer, who deployed his taser.

He then, "reached toward his rear waistband area and made a threatening statement, which led the officer to believe the male adult was arming himself". The officer was wearing a protective vest and their injuries are not considered life-threatening. Police say there is no further danger to the public. His condition was not yet known.

Both the suspect and officer were taken to a local hospital, where the suspect died from his injuries.

Hartman said that police tried "over and over" to communicate with Monroe before deciding to enter the residence. The investigation was ongoing.


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