Riverside Police Officer Shoots Suspect Holding a Pistol After Foot Chase

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Riverside, California — On Tuesday, March 9, 2021 at approximately 4:39​ p.m., the City of Riverside’s Public Safety Communications Center received a call of a gang graffiti vandalism in progress in the 3700 block of Iowa Avenue, located in the University neighborhood of Riverside, involving a male subject seen with a gun. When officers arrived, they saw a person matching the description of the subject with the gun amongst a group of males. As officers approached to contact the group, they all dispersed. Officers pursued after the subject with the gun into the 1500 block of University Avenue, at which point an officer involved shooting occurred. The suspect was struck by gunfire and officers administered lifesaving measures until paramedics arrived, but he was pronounced deceased at the scene. A loaded handgun was recovered next to the suspect.

A second suspect involved in the gang graffiti vandalism was located at a nearby apartment complex. The 16-year-old male suspect was detained and later released to his parents with pending charges for vandalism. Investigators with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Force Investigations Detail responded to the scene and assumed this investigation. They are being assisted by the Riverside County District Attorney’s Bureau of Investigation, Riverside Police Department’s Robbery – Homicide Unit and Gang Intelligence Unit along with Specialists from the Forensics Unit and the Riverside County Sheriff’s Coroner’s Office. The suspect was a 19-year-old identified as Jehlani Black.

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Timestamps:
0:00​ – 911 Call
​1:22 – Bodycam

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40 thoughts on “Riverside Police Officer Shoots Suspect Holding a Pistol After Foot Chase

  1. This officer who kills the guy should be responsible for his death because he didn't give the opportunity to surrender, when the guy stops, the officers open shot fire. Shame. Women in the background are special ridiculous: ''stop moving'' he is dead ;D and she clearly sees he doesn't move and she saw he got 2 shots, I believe most police officers barely wait to use a gun, which is not good.

  2. Saw a man taking a blade to the chest when he went to help a woman police officer L asked him why he intervened he said two things before he died in my arms 1 she was a lady and he was a man 2 Cops get a bad rep so it’s time the public stepped in and help them regardless of the cost

  3. Okay Criminals what have we learned?????

    Criminals: Discard the guns and drugs before the cops 👮 catch you!

    Teachers: Yes! Discard the guns and drugs ASAP. 30 seconds after the chase starts. Some cops will actually stop chasing you to pick up the drugs or guns buying you an 10 extra seconds to find a hiding place.

  4. He actually dropped it before the officer shot him. I watched it several times. It looks like he dropped it and was headed for the ground.

    However. I can’t fault the officer for acting quickly. The man had already run and had the gun out.

  5. If you want to know if a criminal can be rehabilitated here’s what you do: go Take a good crap, reach in the toilet and grab a turd 💩 go get your dads car polish kit and see if you can polish that turd. When you realize you can’t, there’s your answer.

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