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    San Antonio Police Shoot Suspect Who Opened Fire at Officers and Drivers on Interstate


    San Antonio, Texas — On August 30th, 2023, Street Crimes Unit officers were conducting surveillance at the 6800 block of Cross Spring for a suspect wanted on a warrant for Aggravated Assault Against a Public Servant. Officers located the suspect vehicle and attempted to make a traffic stop. The suspect vehicle fled, striking a marked patrol unit. The suspect drove the wrong way on IH 10 E access road and crashed into a civilian vehicle and then fled on foot as officers ran after him.

    The suspect fired multiple rounds at the officers, striking one officer on his arm. Two officers shot multiple rounds at the suspect who continued to run down a grassy embankment onto the main lanes of IH 10 E. While on the highway, the suspect began pointing his gun and shooting at passing motorists in an attempt to gain access to a vehicle. Two officers exchanged gunfire with the suspect, striking him. The suspect, 40-year-old Michael Kirkland, was pronounced dead at the scene. The injured officer was transported to a local hospital in stable condition

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    San Antonio Cops Shoot Wanted Robbery Suspect Who Pointed Gun at Them



    San Antonio, Texas — On September 4, 2023, While on patrol, two officers assigned with the SAPD Covert Response Unit, received information on the location of a suspect, who was wanted on 4 warrants for Aggravated Robbery. Both officers, each in a separate vehicle, drove to the rear of the apartment complex to apprehend the suspect. As the first officer arrived, the suspect began walking away from the officer while having his left hand in his pocket.

    The officer gave him commands to show him his hands and the suspect removed a cell phone from his left pocket. Officers continued to give commands when the suspect turned and began to walk away from the officers, while reaching into his front pockets. One officer deployed his Taser on the suspect, causing the suspect to fall forward. As the suspect fell, he rotated his body around, pointing a firearm at both officers. Both officers discharged their firearms at the suspect, striking him. The suspect, identified as 27-year-old Jacob String, was pronounced deceased at the scene.

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    Video: Bullet from suspect’s gun stopped by officer's holstered TASER during shootout

    “From our estimation, had [the suspect’s] bullet struck just a few inches away, it could easily have gravely wounded, or even killed, the officer," police said


    PUNA, Hawaii — A Hawaii police officer narrowly avoided injury when a bullet hit his holstered TASER during a foot pursuit.

    On Sept. 22, Puna patrol officers responded to a report regarding an argument between two brothers involving an armed suspect at a house, police said in a news release provided to Big Island Video News.

    When officers arrived at the residence, a 30-year-old man fled on foot with a handgun.

    Officers completed their investigation and identified the suspect as Kaena Kaohu. Officers also confirmed that Kaohu had an active warrant for his arrest.

    A search for Kaohu continued overnight, but officers were unable to locate him.

    On Saturday afternoon, officers received information that Kaohu might be hiding at a residence in a neighborhood. The homeowner gave officers permission to search the property.

    While searching the property, the two uniformed officers saw Kaohu running from the residence toward the wooded area in the back. The officers instructed Kaohu to show his hands and to "stop right now."

    About 30 seconds into the foot pursuit, the suspect fired a single shot at officers.

    The officers continued asking Kaohu to put the gun down, but Kaohu turned away and walked back into the woods.

    As the officers took cover behind some trees, they again told Kaohu to put his hands up. The suspect instead brought the gun up with both hands, assumed a shooting stance and pointed the gun at the officers.

    Kaohu then fired at least one round at the officers. The officers returned fire, striking the suspect in the exchange.

    No officers were injured in the shootout, but an officer thought he had either been directly hit by a bullet or by a ricochet during the shootout, Big Island Video News reports.

    Investigators believe the bullet struck the officer’s TASER holster.

    "From our estimation, had Kaohu’s bullet struck just a few inches away, it could easily have gravely wounded, or even killed, the officer," police said in a news release.

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    San Francisco Chinese Consulate Attacker Gets Shot After Swinging Knife at Officer




    San Francisco, California — On Monday, October 9, 2023, at approximately 3:09 p.m. San Francisco Police Officers responded to the area of Geary Blvd. and Laguna St. on a report of a vehicle that crashed into a building. The suspect identified as 31-year-old Zhanyuan Yang, rammed a car into the visa office of the Chinese consulate. San Francisco Police Acting Commander Mark Im said Zhanyuan Yang, stood against a wall hiding a knife in his right hand.

    He says Yang then rotated toward a police sergeant and the security guard, exposing the knife and made "multiple, rapid, downward swinging motions with the knife towards the direction of the sergeant and the security guard." The officer then opened fire after Yang allegedly failed to comply with orders to get on the ground. Yang was taken to a hospital, where he died. A 911 caller reported to police dispatchers that Yang was armed with gun, though officers never found a firearm. They did however find two .40 caliber fired cartridge casings. A crossbow was found in his car, police said. Authorities have not revealed a possible motive for why Yang drove into the visa office.

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    No background info. Officers responded to a call of an emotionally disturbed female with a gun. She resisted arrest. About 5 minutes in, while cuffed and being placed in a vehicle she grabs an officer’s gun and shoots him with it.


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    Bodycam Footage Shows Shootout Between DC Officers and Armed Suspect


    Washington, D.C. — On Thursday, October 19, 2023, At approximately 4:52 p.m., two members of the Seventh District responded to the 2800 block of Gainesville Street, Southeast, for a report of a man with a gun arguing with two women. Upon the officers’ arrival, they approached the suspect and attempted to speak with him. The officers then saw that the suspect was armed with a handgun. The suspect turned and fled into the 2900 block of Gainesville Street, Southeast. As he ran, the suspect turned and fired multiple shots back at the officers. One of the officers was struck by gunfire and sustained a serious injury. The second officer then returned fire at the suspect, who continued shooting at them. In the midst of the gunfire, additional officers arrived on scene to assist.

    The suspect pointed his handgun at one of the assisting officers, who discharged his service weapon, striking the suspect. During this exchange, two additional officers sustained minor injuries. Officers provided first aid to the suspect until DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services arrived on scene and transported him to an area hospital. After all life-saving efforts failed, the suspect was pronounced dead. He has been identified as 33-year-old Arthur Porter, of Northwest, DC. The officer who was shot was transported to an area hospital and was listed in stable condition. He was released on Friday, October 20th. The officer who was shot recently graduated the Metropolitan Police Academy on September 29, 2023. He was undergoing field training and partnered with a certified field training officer. The two other officers were treated for their injuries and released. The suspect’s firearm was recovered on the scene.

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    LAPD Officer Shoots at Woman Who Hit Pedestrian With Car During Child Custody Dispute


    The officer only gets one shot off due to what appears to be a self induced malfunction. Officer is left handed - look at the placement of his right hand thumb.




    San Pedro, Los Angeles — On October 1, 2023, Harbor Division uniformed officers received a radio call regarding a child custody dispute at Gaffey Street and Capitol Drive, in a local store parking lot. Officers and a supervisor met with involved parties and the suspect, later identified as 39-year-old Miesha Scott. After a lengthy discussion, officers facilitated the peaceful transfer of custody of the minor child. After the child exchange, Scott entered her vehicle, a white, Chevrolet, “U-Haul” pick-up truck and appeared to drive toward the parking lot exit.

    Scott then drove north towards the location of the victim and one of the officers. Scott accelerated the vehicle and struck the victim, nearly missing one of the officers. Scott proceeded to drive south, toward an additional officer, and an OIS occurred. As officers broadcast a “help call,” Scott fled from the scene and officers initiated a vehicle pursuit. The pursuit concluded at Pacific Avenue and Paseo Del Mar, when the suspect’s vehicle collided into a tree. Scott was taken into custody without further incident. The Los Angeles Fire Department personnel responded to the initial scene and treated the victim for the injuries she sustained from being struck by Scott’s vehicle.

    The Los Angeles Fire Department personnel also responded to the termination of the pursuit and transported Scott by rescue ambulance to a local hospital, where she was treated for injuries sustained during the collision at the termination of the pursuit. Scott was later cleared for booking by medical staff. Scott was booked for Attempted Murder, Assault with a Deadly Weapon on a Peace Officer with a Vehicle. No officers or other community members were injured during this incident. Scott’s vehicle was impounded as evidence. Force Investigation Division investigators responded to the scene and are investigating this incident.
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    Suspect in truck shot in the head with a shotgun after reaching for a gun in his waistband.




    Man Gets Shot by LAPD Cop After Reaching For Gun While Seated inside a Pick-Up Truck


    12:57 a.m., Topanga Division uniformed officers received a radio call of a male holding a handgun while seated inside a grey pick-up truck in the parking lot of a shopping center located in the 21000 block of Sherman Way. When officers arrived at scene, they located the truck parked in the lot and positioned their police vehicles behind it. Due to the truck’s tinted windows, it was unclear if the vehicle was occupied. The officers approached the truck on the passenger side and observed the suspect, later identified as 44-year-old Oscar Lopez, seated in the driver seat, and a second individual in the front passenger seat. Both individuals appeared to be intoxicated and did not respond to verbal commands to exit the truck.

    After opening the passenger side door, an officer saw a handgun in Lopez’ waistband and ordered him multiple times not to reach for the handgun. Moments later, Lopez lowered his right hand toward his waistband and an OIS occurred. Lopez was struck by gunfire. The Los Angeles City Fire Department personnel responded and pronounced Lopez deceased at scene. The passenger in the truck was removed from the vehicle by officers just prior to the OIS and he was not injured. While at scene, the LAPD’s Family Liaison Section made notifications to Lopez’ next of kin. A loaded Polymer 80, Model 940 C, 9mm black semi-automatic handgun was recovered from the scene and was booked as evidence. An additional magazine containing four live rounds was also recovered from the scene and was booked as evidence. No officers or other community members were injured during this incident.

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