Virginia Beach, Virginia 2021-06-10 16:16:54 –
Virginia Beach, Virginia (WAVY) – Police officers who shot and killed a knife-wielding suspect at Virginia Beach last year will not be prosecuted.
This is a decision from a Virginia Beach law firm.
The newly released body camera video shows a home police officer at 300 blocks of Garrison Place early in the morning of September 6.
According to police, 49-year-old Refugio Reynaldo Olivo Jr. was detaining a woman in the house against her will. His son went out and called 911, telling the dispatch that his mother and 14-year-old brother were still inside. The officer arrived at the scene and went home. They repeatedly ordered Oliver Jr. to drop their weapons, but police said he ignored their request.
The woman was in the bathroom upstairs. A federal lawyer reported that Olivo Jr. stabbed the bathroom door, yelled at her, and eventually broke into the room and barricaded the door. At that point, the policeman went upstairs, broke the door after hearing the victim suffering, and Olivo Jr. Was actively stabbing the victim.
It was then that police fired their service weapons and attacked the suspect. The CA reported that the two police officers fired a total of five bullets.
The victim had puncture wounds on his neck, shoulders and chest and was taken to the hospital for treatment.
Three police officers are Olivo Jr. until the arrival of the EMS. CPRed in, but he was sentenced to death on the scene. Postmortem toxicology reports have found alcohol and cocaine in his system.
Prosecutors determined that police officers were within their legal authority and were justified when deadly forces were used. A review of the study was published on June 10.
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