Bodycam Shows LAPD Cops Shooting Car Theft Suspect Who Pointed a Gun at Them

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Los Angeles, California — On October 11, 2022 around 3:30 a.m., Harbor Patrol officers were conducting extra patrol in the area of North Banning Boulevard and East E Street. They observed a blue, GMC, pick-up truck south of their location. The vehicle accelerated and collided with a tree located on the traffic medium on East E Street. The officers responded to the site of the traffic collision to investigate. As they deployed to the scene of the collision, they observed that the vehicle was empty, and its occupant had fled. Upon broadcasting the vehicle license plate information, officers learned the vehicle was reported stolen. After a brief search of the area, officers located the suspect, 41-year-old Jason Sanderson, hiding in some nearby bushes. A foot pursuit ensued in which Sanderson was chased from East E Street onto northbound Quay Avenue. At the end of the foot pursuit Sanderson pointed a semi-automatic pistol at the pursuing officers, resulting in an Officer-Involved Shooting.

Officers redeployed to nearby parked vehicles and radioed for help. Sanderson sought cover behind a parked semi-truck trailer and fired several additional rounds at the officers. Approximately five minutes after the first OIS, Sanderson pointed a firearm at the responding officers and second OIS occurred in which Sanderson was struck by gunfire. Officers formed an arrest team and took Sanderson into custody. Los Angeles Fire Department personnel responded and pronounced the suspect deceased at scene. No officers were injured during the incident. Numerous items of evidence were recovered near Sanderson’s body which included a 9mmPlymer 80 semi-automatic “Ghost Gun” pistol, one ten round magazine, a loaded Rossi stainless steel .38 caliber revolver with three spent casings and two live rounds in the cylinder, and (2) 9mm spent casings. Additionally, Sanderson was carrying a satchel during the OIS that contained a loaded J22, .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol, and additional .38 caliber and .22 caliber ammunition.

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Timestamps:
0:00 – Bodycam: Officer #1
2:06 – Bodycam: Officer #2
3:39 – Dashcam Footage
4:45 – Bodycam: Officer #3

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33 thoughts on “Bodycam Shows LAPD Cops Shooting Car Theft Suspect Who Pointed a Gun at Them

  1. I think as these Democratic leaders defund budgets even more in the coming years cops are gonna be in left with just shooting everybody when they break the law and has a weapon. It’s funny in Los Angeles that a lot of people scream racism at cops but yet the majority of the police force is either Mexican or black white cops. Are the minority

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