Bodycam Shows Suspect Firing a Gun at Reno Police Before They Open Fire Striking Him

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Reno, Nevada — On November 5th, 2021, at approximately 10:40pm, Reno Police Department patrol officers were involved in an Officer Involved Shooting in the 200 block of E Grove Street. Officers arrived on scene at an apartment on E Grove Street on the report of a domestic disturbance with what sounded like a male and female screaming, and possible shots fired. Uniformed officers knocked on the door, the door opened, and suspect Isaiah Herndon pointed a handgun in the general direction of the officers, firing at least one round at them. The two officers returned fire striking Herndon multiple times. Officers on scene provided medical aid to Herndon until medics arrived and transported him to Renown Medical Center. Herndon underwent surgery at the hospital and is in critical condition. On November 17th, Herndon was formally charged with two counts of Assault with a Deadly Weapon on a Protected Person, and Own/Possess Firearm by a Prohibited Person.

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Timestamps:
0:00 – Bodycam: Officer #1
1:04 – Bodycam: Officer #2

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37 thoughts on “Bodycam Shows Suspect Firing a Gun at Reno Police Before They Open Fire Striking Him

  1. I think the officer induced a malfunction from panicking… there was absolutely no reason for him to gently pull the slide back on his pistol, it already had a fresh round in the chamber when he pulled on the slide… then he accidentally dropped the mag.. I'm not picking on the guy, that had to be scary as hell.

  2. Watching that second officer accidentally eject his magazine is an interesting counterpoint to the officer in the last video that couldn't manage to get his magazine out – there is definitely a fine line between a mag release that is easy to use and one that is too easy to hit accidentally.

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