Body Cam Fatal Officer Involved Shooting Napa County Sheriff’s Office

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On February 17th, at approximately 11:00pm, the Napa County Sheriff’s Office had an Officer Involved Shooting (OIS) near the 1100 block of Henry Road in Napa

Napa County, California —
Napa County Sheriff’s Office —
Napa County Sheriff’s Deputy Riley Jarecki —
Occurred on February 17th, 2019 —-
Decedent, Javier Hernandez Morales —
Deputy Jarecki was not physically injured. —
Hernandez Morales died at the scene.—

This Body Worn Camera footage depicts the Attempted Murder of Napa County Sheriff’s Deputy Riley Jarecki on February 17th, 2019. The decedent, Javier Hernandez Morales, fired the first shots. Deputy Jarecki returned fire. She was not physically injured. Hernandez Morales died at the scene.

ICE confirms deceased suspect in Napa shooting, Javier Hernandez-Morales was a Mexican national. He had been previously removed three times prior to 2011,” says ICE, which issued 4 separate detainers.

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38 thoughts on “Body Cam Fatal Officer Involved Shooting Napa County Sheriff’s Office

  1. UPDATE: The illegal immigrant killed Sunday in a shootout with a California cop had been deported three times and arrested and released over ICE's objection on several occasions — including cases involving the very department whose officer took him down in a dramatic exchange caught on her body cam.

    In a graphic, 48-second clip released Wednesday, body camera footage from Sunday's traffic stop shows Javier Hernandez Morales rolling down his window, grabbing a handgun and opening fire. Napa County sheriff’s Deputy Riley Jarecki narrowly avoided getting struck before running to the other side of the car, firing at least 15 shots into the red Honda.

    Hernandez Morales, 48, died at the scene and the deputy was not seriously injured, officials said.

    Javier Hernandez Morales was arrested several times — but authorities reportedly refused to place an ICE detainer on him.
    A second weapon – a loaded .22-caliber rifle – was found in the backseat of the Honda in addition to the pistol.

    Immigration officials said Thursday that the shooting and the man’s death could have been prevented, but California’s state law prohibited them from arresting the Mexican citizen with a long rap sheet and multiple deportations.

    Napa County Sheriff's Deputy Riley Jarecki can be seen in a refection on the window of a car, asking Javier Hernandez Morales to roll down the window.

    Napa County Sheriff's Deputy Riley Jarecki can be seen in a refection on the window of a car, asking Javier Hernandez Morales to roll down the window. (Napa County Sheriff's Office)

    Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Hernandez Morales has been deported three times before 2011 – twice in 2007 and once again in 2010.

    Since then, ICE had issued four separate detainers for him related to various arrests including suspicion of driving under the influence, battery on a peace officer and unknown probation violations.

    ICE said detainers were issued to Napa County Jail in 2014, 2015 and 2016 while Sonoma County Jail received one in 2016. None of the detainers were honored by jail staff.

    “This incident may have been prevented if ICE had been notified about any of the multiple times Hernandez-Morales was released from local custody over the last few years,” immigration officials said. “This is an impactful, scary example of how public safety is affected by laws or policies limiting local law enforcement agencies’ abilities to cooperate with ICE.”

    The statement added: “ICE is grateful the deputy involved in this shooting was not harmed during this attack. It’s unfortunate that our law enforcement partners and the community are subjected to dangerous consequences because of inflexible state laws that protect criminal aliens.”

    California’s sanctuary law – signed by Gov. Jerry Brown in 2017 – largely prohibits local enforcement from keeping illegal immigrants in custody at the request of federal immigration officials.

    Javier Hernandez Morales quickly pulled out a weapon and fired at Napa County Sheriff's Deputy Riley on Sunday. (Napa County Sheriff's Office)

    Napa County supervisors told ABC 7, which broke the news, that the county has been following state law since 2017.

    “Compliance with state law is what Napa County will, in fact, follow through upon, whether there are changes in the future that change things but as of right now we do need to comply with state law and that is what our policy reflects,” Napa County Supervisor Belia Ramos told ABC 7.

    Henry Wofford, a sheriff’s spokesman, told the San Francisco Chronicle that the department was alerted by immigration officials to Hernandez Morales’ status prior to ICE issuing a press release on Thursday.

    “We’re not talking about that information because that’s an ICE issue,” he said. “We know our role has always been sticking with the role in the community.”

    Officials said Hernandez Morales worked as a farm laborer in the area and had prior arrests for DUI, resisting arrests and possession of a firearm. There was a warrant for his arrest at the time of the shooting.

    The sheriff’s department said Jarecki, who has been placed on administrative leave, was sworn in as a Napa County deputy six months ago, and her father is a sergeant in the department. Her grandfather also served with the Napa Police Department.

  2. She's not very observant, or at the least not cautious. Moments after the officer made contact the driver immediately put his hands out of view, digging for something on the floor board, under the seat, under his lap.

    Either she didn't realize he was doing this or she didn't care, she felt nothing bad could become of it. Virtually any prudent officer with an IQ above room temperature would have insisted that the drive keep his hands visible, and if he refused and continued to rifle around, the officer would have removed their service firearms to cover the driver, whole radioing for backup.

  3. I just read a story about the family's response and it was a real surprise. Instead of blaming the officer they said they were sorry she was put into that position and had to "take his life". It was really quite refreshing in this time where the officer is blamed instead of the criminal.

  4. Dodges almost point blank range bullet, moves back, calmly reports shots fired, moves around the vehicle, empties the mag at suspect, he goes "aaaaaiiiiiij" and she remains unharmed. What a badass. Her ability to remain calm under pressure and her situational awareness were amazing. I am still amazed how she managed to dodge that bullet.

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