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1/1/20101NULMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
3
2/20/20101NULMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
4
2/21/20101NUBMUNANA3H;H;HM;M;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
5
2/25/20101FULMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
6
3/17/20101FYLMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
Yesterday evening at about 7:15 p.m. in Panorama City, officers responded to a call for service at a residence in the 14200 block of Community Street where a battery suspect was located. Upon arrival, the officers were directed to a detached structure at the back of the house where they encountered a man armed with a semi-automatic handgun. When the suspect reached for his weapon, an officer-involved shooting occurred. The suspect was struck in the upper torso and then taken into custody. No officers were injured during the incident. Los Angeles Fire Department personnel transported the suspect to a local hospital where he died in surgery.
LosAngeles
7
3/19/20101NULMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
8
3/20/20101FNBM27NANA2H;HM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
On March 20, 2010, at about 12:03 a.m. Olympic Area gang enforcement officers were on patrol in a marked black and white patrol vehicle southbound on Vermont Avenue passing James M. Wood Boulevard. Both officers heard a loud noise and negotiated a turn to investigate. While driving northbound on Vermont Avenue, the officers observed a man walking northbound on the east sidewalk of Vermont Avenue, north of James M. Wood Boulevard. The officers noted that the man was suspiciously looking around and manipulating something in his waistband area. When the officers attempted to conduct an investigative stop, the man advanced rapidly toward the officers while appearing to remove something from his front waistband area. An officer involved shooting occurred. The officers requested emergency medical assistance for the man who was suffering from a gunshot wound to the head. Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics responded and pronounced the suspect dead.
LosAngeles
9
4/4/20101NUBMUNANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
10
4/6/20101NUBMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
11
4/7/20101NUWMUNANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
12
5/7/20101NULMUNANA2H;BM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
13
5/10/20101FUBMUNANA6W;W;W;W;W;HM;M;M;M;M;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
14
5/20/20101NUWMUNANA1BM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
15
5/24/20101FUWMUNANA2H;HM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
16
5/27/20101FNLM21NANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
On May 27, 2010, at about 12:30 p.m., Los Angeles Police Department officers assigned to Mission Patrol Division responded to a call for service involving a man with a history of suicide threats. Upon arriving at the residence in the 8300 block of Burnet Avenue, family members directed the officers to the man, later identified as Oscar Morales. Officers encountered Morales in the living room area of the house. Morales initially appeared to cooperate with officers, but then, for no apparent reason, armed himself with a fireplace poker and advanced on an officer. Morales would not drop the fireplace poker and an officer involved shooting occurred. Morales was shot in the upper torso and fell to the floor. He was rushed to a local hospital where he failed to respond to treatment and died.
LosAngelesfireplace poker
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5/27/20101FYLMUNANA2H;AM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
On May 27, 2010, at about 7:40 p.m., officers working Rampart Areas Gang Enforcement Detail recognized a gang member on parole. The officers also observed the suspect engage in activity consistent with an illicit drug deal. Working in full uniform and in a marked black-and-white police vehicle, the officers stopped to investigate. The suspect now known to be armed with a gun, ran away from the officers. The officers gave chase and radioed for additiol officers, alerting them that the suspect was armed with a gun. Additiol officers responded to the area and encountered the suspect walking on 4th Street towards Parkview Avenue.The officers exited their vehicle and ordered the suspect to stop. The suspect was holding a gun in his right hand and pointing it towards the ground. The officers ordered the suspect to drop the gun. The suspect did not drop the gun, but instead raised it in the direction of the officers. An officer involved shooting occurred. Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics responded to the scene and pronounced the suspect dead.
LosAngeles
18
6/3/20101NUBMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
19
6/4/20101NYBMUNANA1BM
Los Angeles Police Department
On June 4, 2010, at about 5:48 p.m., an off-duty South Traffic Division police officer was cleaning his car in the 1800 block of west 78th Street in 77th Area. A white van which had at least two occupants approached the officer. The driver exited the van, armed with a hand gun, walked up to the officer and asked for his gang affiliation.The officer was able to arm himself and an exchange of gunfire ensued. It appeared that the suspect was struck. The suspect re-entered the van and drove away out of view. The officer was not injured.Several police units responded and area hospitals were notified of a possible injured suspect. A wounded person was reported to have been dropped off at a hospital in the city of Inglewood. Inglewood and LAPD personnel responded to the hospital.
LosAngeles
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6/22/20101NUBMUNANA1AM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
21
6/24/20101NYBMUNANA4H;B;W;AM;M;M;M
Los Angeles Police Department
On June 24, 2010, detectives from the Departments Robbery Homicide Division, Special Investigation Section, were conducting surveillance on a possible suspect involved in a series of armed robberies. The robberies took place at several check cashing businesses in LAPDs West Valley Area. The surveillance team followed the suspect, 22-year-old Emmanuel Bracy, to a Check ˜N Go business located in the 12900 block of Foothill Boulevard in the City of San Ferndo. The suspect entered the business, committed an armed robbery and drove away from the location. Soon after, a member of the surveillance team spoke with a check cashing business employee and confirmed that an armed robbery had occurred. The detective informed the other surveillance team members and together they followed the suspect to the 12300 block of Osborne Street. Detectives Carl Worrell, 20 years, seven months with the LAPD, Dold Walthers, 20 years, four months with the Department, Richard Guzman, 17 years with the Department, and Randy Rico, 28 years, five months with the LAPD, initiated a vehicle containment technique to apprehend the suspect. The suspect pointed a hand gun at the detectives and an officer-involved shooting occurred.
LosAngeles
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7/10/20101FYLMUNANA2H;HM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
On July 10, 2010, two uniformed Los Angeles Police Officers were driving a black and white police vehicle in the area of Lankershim Boulevard and Cantara Street. At around 6 p.m., officers went in pursuit of a possible DUI driver who was later identified as Javier Rueda. Rueda fled from police and drove to the area of Penrose Street and Claybeck Avenue in Sun Valley. The car chase ended suddenly when he stopped his vehicle and exited with a handgun. Rueda immediately began shooting at the officers, at which time an officer-involved shooting occurred. One officer suffered a gunshot wound and is in stable condition. The second officer suffered a fracture and is also listed in stable condition. Rueda also suffered gunshot wounds and was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead.
LosAngeles
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7/10/20101NYBMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
On July 10, 2010, at around 10:05 p.m., LAPD Newton Area Police Officer II Jorge Munoz (5 years and 7 months with the Los Angeles Police Department) and Police Officer II Mauricio Ruiz (5 years and 2 months with the Los Angeles Police Department) observed a traffic violation and conducted a traffic stop in the 1300 block of East 42nd Street. The driver immediately exited through the drivers door and became uncooperative with the officers. The passenger also exited the car and approached Officer Ruiz. Suddenly, the driver turned and ran away west on 42nd Street with Officer Munoz running after him. Officer Ruiz quickly handcuffed the passenger and joined his partner running after the driver. The suspect turned southbound climbing over a wall and fence then pointed a handgun toward the officers, at which time an officer-involved shooting occurred. The suspect dropped the handgun and continued to run southbound through the alley. A perimeter was established and a K-9 unit responded to conduct a search for the suspect. The suspect was located to the rear of 1324 East 42nd Place where a K-9 contact occurred.
LosAngeles
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7/16/20101FULMUNANA15
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Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
25
7/21/20101FULMUNANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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7/24/20101NUWMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
27
7/25/20101NYUM40NANA1UU
Los Angeles Police Department
On July 24, 2010, around 5:20 a.m., Police Officer II Victor Corral, 11 years, 6 months with the Department, was dispatched along with his partner to investigate a disturbance call at a home in the 4300 block of Jefferson Boulevard. When the officers arrived at the location, they heard yelling and profanity being directed toward them from an individual inside the location. A suspect, who was later identified as Graham Mitchell Pereira, 40 years of age, opened the front door and pointed a handgun at the officers resulting in an officer involved shooting.
LosAngeles
28
8/11/20101NUBMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
29
8/28/20101FULMUNANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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9/5/20101FNLMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
On Sunday, September 5, 2010, around 1:00 p.m., Officers assigned to the Rampart Bicycle Unit, Officer Frank Herndez, 13-years 5 months with the Department, Officer Steven Rodriguez, 5-years 3 months with the Department, and Officer Paris Pineda, 5-years 3 months with the Department, were flagged down by a person who informed them there was a man in the vicinity of 6th Street and Union Avenue armed with a knife threatening people. The officers continued westbound 6th Street on their bicycles to Union Avenue where they saw the suspect holding a knife in a threatening manner. The officers dismounted from their bicycles and approached the suspect. He was ordered several times in both English and Spanish to drop his knife. The suspect did not follow the officers orders and raised the knife over his head and lunged at Officer Herndez who fired two shots. The suspect fell to the ground where he was taken into custody without further incident. The suspects knife was recovered at the scene. No officers were injured. Los Angeles Fire Department personnel responded and determined the suspect was deceased.
LosAngelesKnife
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9/20/20101NULMUNANA2W;WM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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9/28/20101FUWMUNANA2O;OM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
33
10/7/20101FYBMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
The October 7, 2010 incident began when Southeast Area officers assigned to gang enforcement duties were patrolling the Imperial Courts Housing Development in full uniform and driving a marked police car. The officers were on the grounds of the housing development near 114th Street and Grape Street when they encountered three known gang members, all of whom were on foot. After seeing the officers, one of the men (James Davis) changed his direction and moved toward an unidentified female. The officers stopped to investigate suspected gang activity and suspicious movements displayed by Davis. Davis pushed the unidentified female toward the officers and began to run away. The officers chased Davis a short distance. During the chase, the officers saw Davis appearing to grasp at or about his waistband area. The officers feared that Davis was armed. While still trying to get away from the officers, Davis produced a semi-automatic handgun and, extending his arm, pointed it back toward Officer Castanedas partner. Castaneda, fearing for his partners life, fired twice and struck Davis once in the back. Based on prelimiry findings by the Los Angeles County Coroner, Davis suffered an injury by handgun to the posterior chest (the back). There was no exit wound.
LosAngeles
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10/9/20101NUBMUNANA3W;W;HM;M;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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11/7/20101NULMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
36
11/17/20101NULMUNANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
37
11/23/20101FUBMUNANA1OM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
38
12/16/20101NNLM13NANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
On December 16, 2010, at about 7:50 p.m. in the Glassell Park Area of Los Angeles, two Los Angeles Police Department Northeast Area officers were on routine patrol in the 3000 block of North Verdugo Road, when they saw three pedestrians in the middle of the dark street and stopped to investigate. All three of the subjects ran from the street. Two went to the east side; one went to the west side of the street and stood behind a parked van. The officers got out of their patrol car and Officer Victor Abarca, two years 11-months with the Department, began giving commands to the male behind the van. Because of the young mans size, 57 tall and 200 pounds, Officer Abarca believed he was dealing with a young adult male. Officer Abarca gave commands for the subject to surrender as he illumited him with a flashlight. The subject refused to comply with the officers commands and instead produced what was later determined to be a replica Berretta 92F handgun. Officer Abarca, who was uble to see the orange tip of the pistol, which distinguishes it as a replica handgun, discharged his duty weapon striking the subject. Los Angeles City Fire Department personnel responded and transported the wounded subject to a local hospital where he underwent surgery and is listed in critical but stable condition.
LosAngeles
13 y/o shot, replica gun
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12/25/20101FUBMUNANA3B;W;WM;M;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
40
12/29/20101NUBMUNANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
41
12/31/20101NUBFUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
42
1/2/20111FUBMUNANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
43
1/14/20111FUBMUNANA1BM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
44
1/16/20111NYBMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
On Sunday, January 16, 2011, at about 10:30 p.m., Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Central Division officers were flagged-down by a citizen reporting a man armed with a gun, pointing it at residents near 5th and San Julian Streets. The officers investigation determined the man had entered a 4th floor apartment at the James M. Wood Apartments located at 506 South San Julian Street. As officers approached the 4th floor apartment, they could hear yelling inside, indicating more than one person was in the room.Officers formulated a plan to contain the room and call the suspect out when he suddenly opened the apartment room door and stepped into the hallway. An officer-involved-shooting occurred and the suspect temporarily retreated into the apartment and then seconds later surrendered to officers in the apartment hallway. Police Officer II Richard Linton, 4 years with the department fired 3 three rounds from a Department Remington 870 shot gun striking the suspect in both legs.Officers located a female and a replica handgun in the apartment. The woman was not injured and she was questioned and released. The suspect received medical treatment for gunshot wounds to both legs and was released to be booked at the Los Angeles County Inmate Reception Center for assault with a deadly weapon. A witness who was on the street when the incident began described the suspect as upset over someone stealing his laptop. The witnesses described the suspect as retrieving a gun from a backpack and pointing it at people including a woman in a wheelchair.
LosAngeles
45
1/18/20111FYLMUNANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
On January 18, 2011, just after midnight, an attempted armed robbery occurred near the intersection of Topanga Canyon Boulevard and Roscoe Boulevard. The victims of that robbery immediately called police and officers from the Los Angeles Police Departments Topanga Area responded. The victims provided the officers with a description of the robbery suspect. As the officers were searching the area they saw a male Hispanic in the 22100 block of Roscoe Boulevard that matched the description. When the officers made contact with the suspect in an effort to detain him, the suspect did not comply with their commands and instead led them on a short foot pursuit. During the chase, the suspect pointed a small caliber handgun at the officers and an officer involved shooting occurred. The suspect was struck several times. The officers immediately called for medical assistance. LAFD personnel responded and the suspect was pronounced dead at the scene.
LosAngeles
46
1/24/20111FUBMUNANA2W;HM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
47
2/14/20111FYLM21NANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
On February 14, 2011, at 11:45 p.m., an off-duty LAPD South Traffic Division police officer, three years and seven months with the Department, parked his persol car in the area of Denker Avenue and West 224th Street. As he was getting out of his vehicle, he saw a man on the sidewalk running towards him armed with a handgun. The suspect pointed the handgun in the officers direction, and an officer-involved shooting (OIS) occurred. The suspect was struck by gunfire and fell on the sidewalk.
LosAngeles
48
2/19/20111FUWMUNANA3H;H;OM;M;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
49
3/2/20111NUBMUNANA1AM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
50
3/3/20111FUBMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
51
3/10/20111NYUUUNANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
At about 8:40 p.m., an officer assigned to the Southwest Area Police Station had just finished his shift and was on his way home. The officer was driving his persol car in the number one lane of the southbound 110 Freeway when a black Toyota truck came up behind his car and the driver flashed his bright lights. As he continued driving, the officer became involved in a situation initiated and sustained by the driver of the Toyota truck. While continuing south on the 110 Freeway in the number two or three lane, the officer saw the truck pull alongside the right of his car. When the truck pulled slightly ahead of the officers car, he saw that the drivers side window was open and then experienced a bright flash followed by a loud bang. At that point, he believed the driver of the truck had fired a gun in his direction. In fear for his life, the officer drew his service pistol and an officer-involved shooting occurred, after which the truck continued south on the 110 Freeway to an unknown location.
LosAngeles
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3/15/20111NUBFUNANA2H;WM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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3/17/20111NYBM38NANA2H;BM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
On March 17, 2011, at around 8:40 p.m., LAPD Pacific Division officers responded to a call at a Wendys restaurant at Culver and Venice Boulevards to investigate an armed assault suspect. Sergeant Andre Belotto (22 years, five months with the Department), the first officer to arrive at the location, saw 38-year-old suspect Augustine Olmedo walking from the restaurant with a female companion and two small children. After placing the children in the rear seat of his vehicle, he remained in the parking lot with the female, later identified as his wife. At this point, the officer got out of his car, and when Olmedo saw him, he immediately grabbed his wife and produced a handgun. At first, he pointed it at the officer but then placed the gun to his wifes head. Sergeant Belotto then retrieved his shotgun and attempted to communicate with Olmedo. Moments later, the suspect and his wife fell to the ground and his weapon discharged. Believing Olmedos wife had been shot, the sergeant advanced toward the suspect, and an officer-involved shooting occurred as the suspect tried to run away. As other officers arrived, they heard shots being fired and observed the officer pursuing Olmedo on foot. Another officer joined the pursuit, Officer Money Scott (17 years, five months with the Department) and then a second officer-involved shooting occurred when Olmedo reached for his waistband while running away. He continued running but was soon taken into custody without incident.
LosAngeles
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3/18/20111NYBM29NANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
On March 18, 2011, at about 2:30 p.m., two patrol officers in response to a radio call were investigating a fight between gang members in a parking lot at Crenshaw Boulevard and Slauson Avenue. When the officers arrived, they saw about 10 gang members fighting and heard gunfire. They also noticed one of the fighters, 29-year-old Samiel Asghedom, was in possession of a gun. Moments later, when Asghedom spotted the officers, he pointed his gun toward them, and an officer-involved shooting occurred.
LosAngeles
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3/23/20111NYLM26NANA2H;HM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
On March 23, 2011, at about 2:25 p.m., uniformed Harbor Division officers were on routine patrol when they conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle at King Avenue and F Street in the City of Wilmington. Immediately after the Ford Mustang stopped, a male suspect later identified as 26-year-old Eduardo Velasco, got out of the front passenger seat armed with a stainless steel semi-automatic handgun and ran south on King Avenue away from the officers. The officers gave chase and followed Velasco to the 500 block of King Avenue where he jumped over a wrought iron fence. The officers verbally ordered Velasco to stop and drop the gun. Despite the officers orders to drop the gun, Velasco raised the handgun pointing it at the officers, resulting in an officer involved shooting. Velasco dropped the gun and ran through an apartment complex where he was taken into custody without incident by responding officers.
LosAngeles
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3/24/20111NYBMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
On March 24, 2011, at around 11:20 pm, LAPD officers working patrol in the Southeast Area saw suspect Akil Francis walking at 95th Street and Maie Avenue. As the officers walked toward Francis, he spontaneously ran away from the officers and a foot pursuit occurred. The officers followed Francis to the rear alley west of Grandee Avenue. During the foot pursuit the suspect pointed a stainless steel revolver at one of the officers, at which time an officer-involved shooting (OIS) occurred. The suspect dropped the revolver and jumped over a fence to the rear of a residence located in the 9500 block of Grandee Avenue and ran away, but was later taken into custody without incident when he surrendered to officers just prior to a K-9 search. A loaded stainless steel revolver handgun was recovered at the OIS scene. Akil Francis, is a documented gang member. Neither the officers or suspect were injured.
LosAngeles
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4/4/20111FULMUNANA15
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Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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4/6/20111NNWM25NANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
On April 6, 2011, an Olympic Area sergeant and a Newton Area sergeant were working off duty as plain-clothes security officers at an entertainment venue in Hollywood. At about 10 p.m., three female employees requested help from the security detail after being assaulted with a knife by a male White suspect; the above sergeants responded. As the sergeants walked towards the front entrance located near the intersection of Argyle Avenue and Sunset Boulevard, they saw the suspect, later identified as 25-year-old Justin Trent Owens, who immediately turned away and ran in an easterly direction on Sunset Boulevard and then north on El Centro Avenue. The sergeants followed Owens to the mid-block of El Centro Avenue when one of the sergeants pushed Owens from behind causing him to lose balance and fall. When Owens fell, both sergeants saw Owens holding a knife in his right hand.
LosAngelesKnife
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4/27/20111FULMUNANA2H;WM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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4/27/20111NULMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
61
4/27/20111FUBFUNANA3W;W;WM;M;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
62
5/9/20111FULMUNANA4W;W;H;HM;M;M;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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5/10/20111FNBM51NANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
Undercover detectives conducting nanarcotics investigation downtown were approached by a man who offered to sell one of them nanarcotics. During the transaction, the suspect told the undercover detective he would kill him and threatened his life with a 7-inch folding saw. The attempted drug transaction happened on May 10, 2011, at about 12:20 p.m. in the vicinity of 5th and Spring Streets while detectives were monitoring the area for sales of narcotics. The suspect was 51-year-old Dale Garrett, a transient and parolee at large who was a convicted felon with an extensive narcotics record. Garrett approached the undercover officer and solicited a narcotics sale. Garrett then verbally threatened to kill the detective while simultaneously retrieving a 7-inch folding saw resulting in an officer-involved shooting. Detectives immediately requested medical assistance and additiol police personnel. Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics arrived and transported Garrett to a nearby hospital where he died from his injuries.
LosAngeles
7-inch folding saw
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5/14/20111NYLM22NANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
On May 14, 2011, at around 3:21 a.m. North Hollywood Area officers observed a group fighting in a parking lot of a bar in the 6400 block of Lankershim Boulevard. As the officers got out of their patrol car near the entrance of the lot, a man driving a Nissan Maxima abruptly drove out of the lot in reverse running over a pedestrian and hitting the front end of the officers car. The driver, in an attempt to escape, drove forward toward the south end of the parking lot but was approached on foot by a uniformed police officer. The officer, with his gun drawn, ordered the driver to stop and he did momentarily. As the officer continued to approach the car, the suspect reached out and grabbed the officers gun. The officer maged to wrestle his gun away but fell next to the suspects car. The driver continued forward and the officer, in fear of being run over, fired his weapon at the suspect. On May 16, 2011 at 1:40 p.m., LAPD Force Investigation Division Crimil Apprehension Team Investigators arrested 22-year-old Anthony Rodriguez with the assistance of the LAPD/FBI Fugitive Task Force. Rodriguez, a resident of North Hollywood is the suspect of the Officer Involved Shooting that occurred on Saturday, May 14. Rodriguez was taken into custody as he walked to his vehicle, a white Nissan Maxima, which was used in the crime and seized as evidence.
LosAngeles
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5/25/20111NYLMUNANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
On May 25, 2011, around 5:57 p.m., plainclothes undercover Newton Area Vice officers were driving eastbound on 41st Place from Main Street, in a plain unmarked vehicle. As the officers proceeded eastbound toward 230 East 41st Place, two male Hispanics crossed the street walking northbound in front of the officers with one of the males yelling, This is HOB Hood (Hang Out Boys). As the officers vehicle proceeded eastbound, numerous gunshots were fired at the officers vehicle with one bullet striking the unmarked police vehicle. One of the vice officers looked back and observed one of the two males that he initially observed in the street pointing a handgun at the police vehicle. This officer immediately drew his duty weapon and returned fire to stop the assailants assault.
LosAngeles
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6/1/20111NUBMUNANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
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6/13/20111NULMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
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6/21/20111NUBMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
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6/22/20111FULMUNANA4H;H;H;OM;M;M;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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7/15/20111NUBMUNANA1BM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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7/18/20111FULMUNANA2H;HM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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7/20/20111FUWMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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7/22/20111FULFUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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7/30/20111FULMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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8/19/20111NUBMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
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8/22/20111NUWMUNANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
77
8/25/20111FUBMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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8/25/20111NUBMUNANA2H;WM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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9/6/20111FULMUNANA2H;HM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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9/8/20111NULMUNANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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9/16/20111NUBMUNANA2W;BM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
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9/18/20111FYBMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
On September 18, 2011, around 10:50 p.m., 77th Patrol Division Special Problems Unit officers responded to a radio call of a loud party in the 1000 block of West 53rd Street. When officers arrived they saw several individuals in the vicinity and attempted to talk to a male Black in his 40s. At that moment the male black immediately took off running and appeared to be reaching repeatedly for his pockets as he ran from the officers. The officers went into a foot pursuit and followed the individual for over 150 yards into the 1100 block of 53rd Street. The suspect produced a handgun and pointed it at the officers at which time an officer-involved shooting occurred.
LosAngeles
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9/24/20111FYLMUNANA7W;W;W;W;W;H;H
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Los Angeles Police Department
An officer-involved shooting occurred after a man armed with two handguns pointed his weapons and fired at LAPD officers. On September 24, 2011, just after 4:30 p.m., Los Angeles Police Department West Valley and Topanga Area patrol officers responded to radio calls regarding a gang related shooting that had occurred and two people had been shot. During the search for the suspect, witnesses reported that the shooting suspect had left toward the parking lot located in the 6700 block of Darby Avenue. The police helicopter searched the area and directed responding officers to the suspects location. The officers contacted the suspect who was a male, Hispanic, later identified as Alberto Acosta, standing behind a parked car. Both the police helicopter and the officers ordered the suspect to raise his hands and get on the ground; however, the suspect refused to obey the orders given by the police. The suspect pulled out a revolver and a semi-automatic handgun, holding a gun in each hand resulting in an officer involved shooting. Shots were fired by officers and the suspect who was struck by the gunfire during the exchange. The suspect was taken into custody and the officers immediately called for medical assistance. Los Angeles Fire Department personnel responded and pronounced the suspect dead at the scene. No officers were injured as a result of this incident. The suspects weapons were recovered at the scene by detectives.
LosAngeles
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9/27/20111NULMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
85
10/1/20111NYLMUNANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
Los Angeles Police Departments Robbery Homicide Division arrested two subjects in the attempted murder of two Los Angeles Police Officers. On October 1, 2011, at around 9:15 p.m., two officers assigned to Olympic Area were seated in a parked unmarked police vehicle conducting rcotic enforcement in the 2900 block of Leeward Avenue. Several persons approached the officers on foot. One male pointed a shotgun at the officers. Multiple shots were fired at the officers at which time an officer involved shooting occurred. Both officers sustained injuries and were transported to a local hospital. Later the same night, at around 11 p.m., two juvenile subjects were arrested and booked for 602 WIC/ 664/187 P.C. (Attempted Murder on a Police Officer). Both subjects were transported and booked into Eastlake Juvenile Detention Center.
LosAngeles
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10/9/20111FULMUNANA2H;HM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
87
10/11/20111NULMUNANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
88
10/22/20111NULMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
89
10/23/20111NULMUNANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
90
10/23/20111NUBMUNANA2H;HM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
91
10/26/20111NUBMUNANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesNo Hit
92
10/31/20111NULMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
93
11/13/20111NUBMUNANA1OM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
94
11/19/20111NUBFUNANA1AM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
95
11/23/20111FUBMUNANA5W;W;W;W;BM;M;M;M;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
96
11/25/20111FULMUNANA1WM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
97
11/27/20111NULMUNANA2H;WM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
98
12/9/20111FUWMUNANA2O;WM;M
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
99
12/12/20111NULMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
LosAngelesHit
100
12/20/20111NYBMUNANA1HM
Los Angeles Police Department
On December 20, 2011, shortly after 2:30 p.m., 77th Area narcotics Enforcement Detail officers were patrolling in the area of 84th Street and Towne Avenue when they observed what they believed to be a narcotics transaction. When the officers stopped to investigate, the suspect Henry, a male Black in his 20's threatened officers with a handgun, resulting in an officer involved shooting. The suspect was taken into custody and the officers immediately called for medical assistance. Los Angeles City Fire Department Paramedics responded and transported Henry to a local area hospital. No officers were injured during this incident.
LosAngeles
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