Bodycam Footage Of Deputy Shooting Armed Man at Auto Body Shop in Rosemead, California

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Rosemead, California — On October 19, 2021, at approximately 3:19 PM, Temple Sheriff’s Station received a telephone call regarding a suspicious person at a business in the 2100 block of San Gabriel Boulevard in the city of Rosemead. The caller reported a male had driven a black Mazda sedan into the parking lot of his business and told him he needed work completed quickly on his car because he had a murder warrant and the police were after him. The male was later identified as 25-year-old Adrian Abelar. Deputies arrived on scene and contacted the informant who reiterated Abelar told him he had a murder warrant.

The informant asked that the male be made to leave his establishment. Two deputies approached the black Mazda and contacted Abelar, who was seated in the driver’s seat, and a female who was seated in the front passenger seat. Abelar did not have identification and provided false identifying information to the deputies. After speaking to Abelar for approximately five minutes, the deputies decided to direct him to step out of the vehicle in order to identify him and determine if he in fact had a warrant for his arrest. One of the deputies opened the driver’s side door of the Mazda and asked Abelar to step out. Abelar suddenly exited the car armed with a handgun in his right hand. The deputy yelled, “Gun, gun, gun” and a short physical struggle ensued.

Both the deputy and Abelar fell to the ground next to the driver’s side door, and a deputy-involved shooting occurred. Abelar sustained a single gunshot wound to the upper body and was taken into custody. Deputies immediately rendered first aid until the arrival of the Los Angeles County Fire Department paramedics who continued to provide medical aid. Abelar was transported by ambulance to a local hospital where he was treated for his non-life threatening injury. There were no other persons injured in the incident. A loaded Ruger 9mm semiautomatic handgun was recovered at the scene. It was later determined that Abelar did not have a warrant for murder; however, he did have a $145,000 warrant for a felony probation violation.

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Timestamps:
0:00 – Call From Informant
3:26 – Bodycam: Deputy #1
8:42 – Bodycam: Deputy #2
8:59 – Bodycam: Deputy #3

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32 thoughts on “Bodycam Footage Of Deputy Shooting Armed Man at Auto Body Shop in Rosemead, California

  1. This is exactly why people who own car lots or mechanic places such as this guy are bottom of the barrel in life.. You can tell that he is nothing more than gutter excrement. Just basically a loser in life and this is what he had in his back pocket to survive.. What is it with these dirty little mechanic shops and just being a gross disgusting person? Guarantee you his FICO score is below 600.. just another dirty little molecule that's on the bottom of a contaminated fish tank..

  2. Was the discharge from deputy #1 hitting him in the back with his handgun? Although guy was armed, seems like he had both arms out and it was an accidental discharge into his upper back/ shoulder from hitting him in the back with his service weapon?

  3. Informant was right to be pissed lol. Took so long to get a police car down to him and he kept getting transferred to different people. The suspect has a murder warrant… Cops should be pulling up quick af to that. Turns out he didn't have one at the end, but he still had a $145,000 warrant for a felony probation violation. Either way, the suspect would have gotten arrested. Gotta love Cali though XD.

  4. Dispatch services need to learn how to take care of their words. When you have someone who saw something, and is saying something, like you ask, don't be a bitch.

    To the people who don't get why we fucking hate sarcasm in a situation like this, you need a bad guy sitting in your living room…

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