Report: Homicide suspect dead after exchanging gunfire with police
Originally published 6-2-20 via Facebook
by the San Diego Police Department:
“Today at 3:30pm, SDPD responded to 3800 Euclid Av in response to a 911 call regarding a shooting with one person down. Paramedics took the victim to the hospital but they were pronounced deceased.
While investigating the homicide at the scene, an Officer Involved Shooting occurred with the homicide suspect. The suspect was pronounced deceased at the scene and both a knife & gun were recovered.
The investigation and review process for an officer involved shooting is extremely thorough. After the Homicide Unit completes their investigation, it will be reviewed by the San Diego County District Attorney’s Office to determine if the officer bears any criminal liability for his actions.
Next, the Internal Affairs Unit will conduct an investigation to determine if there were any policy violations, after which the Shooting Review Board will evaluate the tactics used by the officer.
Next, the Community Review Board on Police Practices will conduct a review of the incident and provide any appropriate recommendations.
Additionally, the Federal Bureau of Investigations and the United States Attorney’s Office will also monitor the investigation.”