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San Jacinto, California — On Tuesday, January 3, 2023, at 12:56 PM, deputies responded to the 800 block of Minor Street in San Jacinto reference a domestic dispute. The female reported her boyfriend, 33-year-old Fernando Garcia, was behaving erratically and armed with a machete. The female was able to escape from the residence, however, Garcia prevented her 12-year-old child from leaving with her. Garcia barricaded himself and the juvenile inside of the residence.
When deputies attempted to rescue the juvenile, Garcia hit the deputy in the head with a wooden object, causing a minor injury, and then swung the machete at another deputy. The Special Enforcement Bureau responded to assist with the rescue of the juvenile. During the rescue, Garcia struck a deputy with the machete and a deputy involved shooting occurred. The juvenile was uninjured and safely removed from the residence. Garcia was transported to a local hospital where he was later pronounced deceased. One deputy was treated on scene for his injuries and the other was transported to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
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I mean sure he had to get shot but according to law there was no need to finish him off on the ground. You can argue he deserved it for using a child but if civilians cant get exceptions in cases like this neither should cops
Those walls in the bedroom sure got a fresh coat of red. Wow.
Ooooooh that quad tap at the end juuuuuust to make sure. Love it.
the execution was a bit much but good on these operators for being proactive
Now that’s gonna be a bloody mess to clean up. You see them walls at the end?
Very Good Job, Brave Cops !
Well done officers
The cops at uvalde could learn from this.
Those last 4 shots, umm…
HA got him😁
very nice work
Good old sewerside.
Again, totally unnecessary use of an AR-15. These guys could hardly maneuver themselves. Stop the flexing and get an mos on your pistol.
So ya had to kill him huh………bs
I thank God for providing us with people willing to go into danger to provide the rest of us with some measure of peace and justice in this violent, wicked world.
First cop needs a new body cam. The hell is that 360p?
them boys meant business
Second entry office volley at the end guaranteed he wasn't going to be a cost to the taxpayer…
California a hotbed for crime!
I'm sure his family will sue because the police did not send a social worker, they did not even try to tase him in the leg, they did not even use a 40 mike mike, they did nothing to try to de-escalate. His momma (ain't no daddy) will say he was a good boy and he was unarmed.
Glad to see the police are OK 😁
Liberals can make a statue of him and stick next to the George Floyd monument
Just like a movie 🍿 😂😂😂
Took out the garbage! Good $hot officers!
A hollow core entrance door?
Good job guys.
That's how it's done right.
Sherif cleaning house! Nice job guys.
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