An investigation is underway after a Hispanic man was shot and killed by a patrol officer with the San Bernardino Police Department Saturday evening, the SBPD announced in a post on Twitter.
Patrol Officers arrived and located a suspect matching the description, and the suspect was still carrying, what appeared to be a black handgun in his hand. An officer involved shooting occurred and the suspect was struck and was injured. (Page 2) pic.twitter.com/aE6PiWkNrp
— San Bernardino PD (@SanBernardinoPD) June 14, 2020
Shortly before 8:30 p.m., the San Bernadino Police dispatch received a call about an adult white man waving a gun.
When officers arrived they found a “suspect matching the description” who was holding what appeared to be a black handgun in his hand, according to the SBPD post.
According to the SBPD, an “officer-involved shooting occurred”, in which the suspect was struck and injured.
The suspect was taken to a local hospital for treatment, but was pronounced dead. The man who was originally reported to be white was determined to be a Hispanic man, said the SBPD.Putin says Russia will be able to counter hypersonic weapons