Bodycam Footage Of Carjacking Suspect Shot After Hitting Deputy With Rock

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Sacramento, California — On September 7, 2021, at approximately 9:54 p.m., officers from a regional allied agency responded to a call from a 72-year-old female victim who stated that her grandson, later identified as 26-year-old Darren Napolean Stone, assaulted her, forcibly removed her from her vehicle and drove away with the car leaving her in the street. Officers arrived and rendered aid to the victim until fire arrived and transported her to a local area hospital for treatment of a possible arm fracture. This incident was not known by the Sheriff’s Office Communications Center or responding deputies at the time of the incident. Approximately 9 minutes later on September 7, 2021, at 10:03 P.M., the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office Communications Center received a call from a resident on Maple Glen Road in Sacramento County stating that someone crashed their automobile into a ditch outside their home. The caller explained that an elderly member of their household went out to check on the only person inside the disabled vehicle and was physically assaulted as Stone exited the car in an attempt to leave the scene.

Stone then began walking southbound on Maple Glen Road. Fixed video evidence at the scene shows that Stone entered onto the porch of another residence and attempted to open the front door but it was locked. He then left the porch, picked up a large river rock from the yard and returned to the porch, rang the doorbell and appeared to wait for someone to answer the door. After a few minutes when no one answered the door, he left with the rock in his hand. He walked off the property and continue southward on Maple Glen. At this same time, the first deputy arrived on Maple Glen driving north in a marked sheriff’s patrol SUV. The deputy saw Stone that matched the description given by the original caller walking down the street towards the patrol vehicle on the passenger side of the SUV. The deputy stopped and called out for Stone to stop. He ignored the command and kept walking down the side of the SUV. The deputy got out of his vehicle continuing to give commands as he walked down the driver’s side until both met at the back. Darren Stone, with the rock, struck the deputy in the head causing him to fall to the ground. Stone then immediately engages the deputy in a physical fight as he is on the ground.

The deputy, as he is on the ground, fires his duty weapon five times; Stone continues to assault the deputy through the gunfire. After rounds hit Stone, he disengages from the fight. Additional deputies arrived on scene and rendered aid to Stone until fire arrived and transported him to an area hospital for treatment. He remains hospitalized in critical but stable condition. Sheriff’s Office Detectives, Internal Affairs, Crime Scene Investigators, the California Department of Justice OIS Team and the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office Investigators responded to the scene and initiated an officer-involved shooting investigation. Upon release from the hospital, Stone will be booked into the Sacramento County Main Jail on multiple felony charges. Officials said Stone is well-known to regional law enforcement and will be booked into the Sacramento County Main Jail on multiple felony charges once he’s released by the hospital. The officer who shot the suspect is an 11-year veteran who has worked for the sheriff’s office since 2010. He was taken to a medical center for treatment for a concussion and is expected to make a full recovery. The officer has been placed on administrative leave according to the office’s policies and procedures.

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48 thoughts on “Bodycam Footage Of Carjacking Suspect Shot After Hitting Deputy With Rock

  1. As a woman who is alone at night, seeing a man lurking around her home in the middle of the night, picking up a rock, made my blood run cold! This is a prime example of why you better have your home on lock down like Fort Knox because had the lady not, this would have been a completely different ending. A much worse one!

  2. A lot of racist unseasoned boiled chicken eaters in this comment section wishing death on that criminal. The type of people who wouldn't mind living under fascism if it was worse for minorities. Don't worry. We are less than a generation from POC being the majority. Enjoy the last throes of your reign of terror. You will be the last to experience it.

  3. He was a young upstanding black male who has grown up under SYSTEMIC RACISM. He is not responsible for anything he did in this video.

    This video is racist.

    (What’s funny, is many people reading my post will think I’m 100% serious, and agree.)

  4. Thank god that lady didn’t answer the door that pos would’ve hurt her too..
    It’s just too bad the rounds didn’t connect better saving California taxpayers a big bill taking care of this bastard for the next 50 plus years…..
    Speedy recovery officer and other victims

  5. If someone came at me all bug eyed and trying to kill me with a rock I'd want to drop him before he dropped me. I'm thinking tasers are better if a perp has a rock because he can be dropped and not killed. Same with a knife, however if you don't have the time, like if a guy is to close with no warning and coming at you, you need bullets. It's fun to see creeps get shot, I get that, but I've heard that when someone has to kill someone else its hard on the officer even if he or she has been through it before. It sickens them.

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