The LA County Sheriff’s SWAT team is in a standoff with a suspect believed to be connected to the Compton gunman who shot two deputies in the head over the weekend, according to several law enforcement sources.
A search is currently underway in a residential area in Lynwood, after an armed carjacker who led police on a high-speed chase on Tuesday is believed to be leaving LA police fighting for his life in hospital Is associated with the power.
Two officers – 31-year-old Claudia Apolinar and her 24-year-old male co-worker – were shot multiple times as they sat inside their patrol car outside the Metro Blue Line station at Willowbrook Avenue and Oak Street on Saturday night.
Shocking surveillance footage captured the moment the black male suspect strolled up to the police cruiser and watched officers up close before fleeing to the scene.
Both officers survived and are said to be in stable condition at the hospital, while mass maneuvers are underway for the gunman, who officials said is between 28 and 30 years of age.
According to several law enforcement sources, LA County’s Sheriff’s SWAT team is in a standoff with a carjacking suspect who may be linked to a Compton gunman who shot the head of two depots over the weekend. Featured carjacking scene
An armed carjacker, who led a high-speed chase through the Lynnwood area of Compton on Tuesday, is said to be involved in an ambush on La Depot
Authorities increasingly believe that suspected policemen were following police on Tuesday and now hiding in a Lynwood home thought to have been involved in an attack on the depot on Saturday, law enforcement sources told NBC Los Angeles.
LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva has repeatedly denied any connection between the carjacking suspect and the gunman.
Villanueva, who challenged LeBron James to match a reward for locating the suspect earlier this week, told several media outlets on Tuesday that the two incidents were unrelated but provided no further information about Karjakar Went.
However, several sources have confirmed that the male suspect is wanted in relation to the weekend but the Sheriff Department is not yet ready to provide details to the public.
Now a massive search is underway in Lynwood for an armed suspect who was allegedly driving a light blue Toyota coupe through Lynwood.
The L.A. County Sheriff’s Department was in hot pursuit of the vehicle, which then crashed along the 3100 block of Carlin Avenue.
Police sources said the driver fled the vehicle to a nearby house or condo.
Authorities evacuated people from the area as the SWAT team set out to search nearby houses for the suspect.
Aerial footage showed several police vehicles arriving at the scene as darkness fell while the suspect vehicle was left on the road.
It is not clear what was the cause of the chase initially and no further details have been released yet.
Aerial footage showed several police vehicles being parked in the dark, while the suspect vehicle was abandoned on the road.
A massive search is underway in Lindwood for an armed suspect allegedly driving a light blue Toyota coupe and attacking police for a chase.
Law watchers told NBC Los Angeles that officers are growing confident that a car chase by a police chase Tuesday and was thought to be hiding in a Linwood home.
LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva has repeatedly denied any connection between the carjacking suspect and the gunman but has not provided any further information about the carjacker
Sources said the investigation so far focused on two major Compton Street gangs. SWAT teams searched homes in the area on Tuesday
Police are searching for the two main suspects involved in Saturday’s ambush – the gunman and a suspected stampede driver who were seen carrying the gunman away from the scene in a dark Mercedes.
Sources said the investigation so far focused on two major Compton Street gangs.
It was previously suggested that the shooting was a revenge attack for one of the recent deaths at the hands of black people and women in the US.
Apolliner, a six-year-old mother, and her aide suffered multiple gunshot wounds in each Saturday’s attack.
Both cops – who graduated from the Los Angeles Police Academy last year – both underwent surgery and are now in stable condition.
The video released by the police showed the suspect near a LACSD vehicle parked outside the Metro Blue Line station and set it on fire before fleeing.
Despite taking several bullets – one to the face and several to his upper torso – Apolliner managed to get his partner to safety, applying a tourniquet and radio to help.
A post-attack picture shows Apollinar, blood-soaked, providing medical help to his injured companion, who was also in the head.
Video released by the Los Angeles Sheriff Department shows the moment the male suspect opened fire at two depots at a Compton bus station before he fled on foot
FOX11 obtained a photo (above) of a female deputy, described as the 31-year-old mother of a six-year-old boy, when he was shot in the jaw to help his accomplice in the shooting on Saturday
An annoying dispatch call reveals a hoarse voice called, muttering: ‘998 Compton Packs.’
Recognizing the code for a sub-involved shooting, a dispatcher asks: ‘Enough done?’
The voice responds, almost unknowingly, ‘Compton Pax, descends. Compton PAX 998. ‘
Meanwhile, the suspect is described as a black male between 28 and 30 years old.
He was wearing dark clothing at the time of the shooting and was last seen in a black four-door sedan.
Fox News reporter William La Junesi said on Monday, ‘Los Angeles police won’t say this publicly – but some believe the ambush was retaliation for some police shootings of recent black suspects in LA. ‘
On August 31, black man Design Kizi was shot and killed during a deputation of a Los Angeles County sheriff as he was stopped for a traffic violation while riding a bike.
31-year-old Claudia Apollinar was identified as the gunned down officer. He graduated from the police academy last year
Earlier this month the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors also asked to question a coroner on June 18 in the fatal deputy shooting of 18-year-old Andres Gardado.
Thousands took to the streets to demand justice and to end police vandalism and racism since May after the ‘murder’ of black man George Floyd by the Minneapolis police, who had been on his neck for nearly nine minutes. The force moved until he passed out and died.
Floyd’s death expressed outrage over the death of 26-year-old EMT Bryo Taylor, who was shot eight times while sleeping on his bed when three plainclothes officers performed a no-knock arrest warrant on March 13 in his Louisville apartment.
In June, unarmed father Rashard Brooks was shot and killed after he ran from police in a drive-thru at a Wendy’s restaurant in Atlanta.
On August 23, Jacob Blake was shot seven times in the back by a white cop in front of his three young children, causing the father to fall below six waistlines.
A week later on August 30, 29-year-old Dejan Kizi was shot in the street by LA police who allegedly shot him 20 times and then after trying to pull him over for an alleged bicycle code violation His body was handcuffed.
In early September, footage was released by the family of 41-year-old Daniel Prude, who was showing police in Rochester, New York, put a spit in his face and pushed his face into the ground for two minutes until He did not drop out and died on 23 March. .
The Monroe County Medical Examiner listed the manner of death caused by ‘complications of asphyxia in the setting of physical restraint’, but no charges have been laid against any police.