St. Louis, Missouri 2021-06-10 11:00:00 –
ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – A St. Louis police officer was shot dead overnight in northern St. Louis.
Police officers were in unmarked cars when they saw people in two cars involved in a shootout in the area of Good Fellow and Lalight before 1 am on Thursday. At that time, police officers wore plain clothes and bulletproof vests with the word “police.” When police drove a Good Fellow, they noticed a man firing on the two cars mentioned above.
The 29-year-old was reportedly staring at the police officers for shooting. Police officers restrained the car and left while the suspect continued to fire. Police fired, but did not beat the suspect, police said. The suspect rushed to a white sedan and passed through a garden and a concrete barricade.
According to police, the suspect and car were later found in Park Lane and the Swiss region. The man was detained. His name has not been published.
The unmarked police car suffered ballistic damage in the incident. No injuries have been reported. The unit investigation unit is processing an ongoing investigation.
One of the police officers involved is a 36-year-old man with 10 years of service. The other officer is 37 years old and has been working for 13 years.
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