A suspect has been held in custody by the police of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department(LASD) when he started shooting a California Highway Patrol CHP officers in Sylmar on Monday evening. It is being said by the authorities that the California Highway Patrol officers arrived at the spot of 12900 block of Little Tujunga Canyon Road in order to investigate a report of a stolen vehicle when the suspect started shooting from his fire gun. A reporter narrates that the suspect was getting in and out of California Highway Patrolling (CHP) vehicles that had been deserted when the shooter opened hearth on them, including officers that haven’t returned hearth.
Statement by CHP Officers
The officers stated that three California Highway Patrolling (CHP) Officers came in the line of fire, but no officer was struck with a bullet. According to California Highway Patrolling (CHP) Officer Tony Polizzi, the shooting was reported at about 8:21 p.m. on Monday, September 7, 2020. The Patrol Cruisers used by the officers while being on patrolling duty were abandoned by the officers as they looked around for cover. The suspect was seen entering by at least one of those California Highway Patrol cruisers at the time of the incident.
A Chopper Was Over The Scene
AIR7 HD, the chopper belonging to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD)Officers, was over the scene as the suspected shooter came into view to make his way toward the California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers with his hands up along the road. The man suddenly walked falteringly off the roadway and caught off balance into a drainage ditch, with realms of possibility that he injured himself. What caught on the eye was the fact that a substantiate knee jerk reaction from the heavily armed law enforcement officials was received by the California Highway Patrolling (CHP) Officers in that neck of the woods. Dozens of heavily armed officers responded to the call for help.
Police Warns People To Stay Away From The Site
It was tweeted by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) that the suspect who shot the officers of California Highway Patrolling(CHP) was in custody at 12:03 a.m. Tuesday. The public were made aware by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department to stay away from that particular region. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) Officers believed the gunman was taking cover inside a storm drain and a K-9 unit was called.