Bodycam Shows LAPD Cops Shooting Suspect Armed With Knives

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Los Angeles, California — On March 16, 2021 around 5:20 p.m., Southeast Area officers responded to a call of an Assault with a Deadly Weapon. The suspect identified as Marco Diaz was inside of a residence and armed with a knife. The officers used a less lethal device against Diaz during the incident. As the suspect was forcing his way into the victim’s room, an Officer-Involved Shooting occurred. Diaz was struck by gunfire and is expected to survive. During the investigation, three knives were recovered at scene.

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43 thoughts on “Bodycam Shows LAPD Cops Shooting Suspect Armed With Knives

  1. The lead officer was a training officer with a rookie and not only kept control of the scene, and that rookie, but she also really made it clear to Marco how disappointed she was in him and his behavior…

  2. Talk about taking control of a scene properly! However,, I think she should have moved forward on the other side of the door so her partners could take her position in order for them to get a better view. More eyes on is always a good thing…especially in today's anti-police society.

  3. Everybody saying she handled it well. I think she did a terrible job. Did not secure the area. Told the men to wait on getting the knife out of the way. Saying chill when they didn't know if he was incapacitated yet…She starts talking to the guy in the room before knowing if the suspect is out. Very dumb. Telling people she needs space and to turn down radios. She should have rushed and cuffed him immediately. Not sure about have lady police offers as the ones in control. She treats the scene like a kindergarten classroom.

  4. She has great communication and situational awareness skills. She’s conscious of cross fire and having less lethal options available. Too bad this is what people think every deadly force encounter is like. Not ever situation provides the officer with adequate time to use less lethal options before deadly force.

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