An armed robbery suspect was shot and killed after opening fire on San Francisco police from inside a car trunk. Footage of this officer-involved shooting is available from two sources: an SFPD officer’s body camera and a bystander’s cell phone. Watch the first video above and the second below.
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San Francisco Police Shooting
According to the SFPD news release, the incident took place on the evening of March 6. It all started when two officers were flagged down by two people who said they had just been robbed at gunpoint. The victims gave the officers a description of the suspects’ getaway vehicle. That vehicle, a black Honda Civic, was found shortly thereafter. The officers ordered the driver out of the car. He complied and was placed in handcuffs.
The officers then noticed that the car trunk was ajar. That’s when they saw a man inside the trunk. The officers repeatedly ordered the man to come out of the trunk with his hands up. He ignored them. One of the officers fired a less lethal round to get the suspect to comply, to no avail. The …Read the Rest
Source:: Tactical Life