Bakersfield Cop Shoots Suspect Armed With Shotgun

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Bakersfield, California — On Saturday, June 24th at 4:21 AM a Bakersfield Police Department patrol unit with two officers was patrolling the area of Fremont Street and Bradley Avenue due to the large number of auto thefts and catalytic converter thefts in the area. The officers observed a red Chevrolet Avalanche parked in the roadway in front of a residence, facing the wrong direction, into oncoming traffic. Officers attempted to conduct an investigatory and vehicle code violation stop on the vehicle; however, it failed to yield.

For approximately six minutes, the two police officers were in pursuit of the red Chevrolet Avalanche, which was occupied by three adult males. Both officers were equipped with body cameras. The body camera footage begins as officers are in pursuit of the vehicle. The officer immediately observed that the suspect he began chasing was armed with a shotgun. The officer involved shooting took place when the officer perceived that the suspect, armed with a shotgun, was turning towards him.

Medical aid was requested immediately and officers rendered CPR and first aid to the suspect, who succumbed to his injuries. A loaded shotgun was recovered, which the suspect was carrying when the officer discharged his firearm. Two additional loaded handguns were located in the suspect’s backpack. Two other adult males that fled from the suspect vehicle after it collided with a tree were apprehended with no incident in the area and no one else was injured. They were arrested for charges associated with catalytic converter theft after stolen property was located in the suspect vehicle.

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38 thoughts on “Bakersfield Cop Shoots Suspect Armed With Shotgun

  1. Show Me Your F’Kn Hands Magazine June 2021 published a story by Journalist Eugene Tackleberry who wrote:

    “Unnamed Sources have Reported that To keep morale up of Officers In lieu of the DFTP after Peaceful Rioters, Peaceful Vandals and Peaceful looters pillaged and destroyed property in major cities in 2020, that an Executive Order Was Quietly and Unceremoniously passed on Jan 19, 2021 at 11pm that allows for police officers who kill a suspect in a shoot out to personally keep the weapon as souvenirs, of which the dead suspect used against the police officer. Executive order : “10-99 Your Gun Is Now Mine” executive order, where a cop has a first dibs on all contraband of dead suspect shooters from a shoot out has been wink an nod to officers that if they want to keep a souvenir gun after as shoot out, it’s now their right as an officer who has been in the line of fire.”

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  2. Moron deserved it & sealed his own fate by his own moron choices. The worlds now 1 down better fortunately yet so avoidably.

    I feel bad for the officer as this will be with him forever now regardless of how righteous the shoot is. Taking another life is as traumatic as it gets!

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