LAPD Cops Shoot Suspect After He Points a Pellet Gun at Them

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Los Angeles, California — On July 27, 2022, at around 11:00 a.m., a Central Traffic Division officer was conducting a collision investigation on Broadway, south of Avenue 19, when he was approached by citizens who advised him that a man with a gun was down the street. The officer visually confirmed the information and broadcast a backup request for a “415 Man with a Gun” and provided a suspect description and location. Hollenbeck patrol officers responded and located the suspect walking north on Broadway passing Avenue 19.

The officers made contact with the suspect and ordered him to drop the gun. The suspect turned and pointed an object at the officers, which appeared to be a handgun, resulting in an Officer-Involved Shooting. The suspect was struck by gunfire. The Los Angeles Fire Department responded and transported the suspect to a local hospital where he was pronounced deceased. No officers were injured during the incident. The suspect was in possession of an object believed to be a handgun. Further inspection determined the object to be a pellet gun resembling a handgun. The suspect was later identified as Marcos Maldonado.

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Timestamps:
0:00 – Surveillance Footage
0:40 – Bodycam: Officer #1
2:11 – Bodycam: Officer #2
4:14 – Bodycam: Officer #3
4:43 – Dashcam Footage

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Author: rafael.nieves

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21 thoughts on “LAPD Cops Shoot Suspect After He Points a Pellet Gun at Them

  1. that dude in the Honda was like "i wanna get outa here" "shit cant drive in the line of fire or over an officer".
    imagine the stress! did decent tho i d say.

  2. The soccer mom mobile driver at 1:38 almost committed accidental suicide by cop by driving through the line of fire. Lucky for them the officer was aware. Mind you, if someone was shooting I would want to get out of there as well.

  3. I appreciate the assertive leadership giving commands. Especially when they get in and get involved. Hell of an example of the men you want taking charge in this high stress environment.

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