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No charges for California police who fatally shot Guatemalan

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No charges for California police who fatally shot Guatemalan



SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Two San Francisco police detectives will not face criminal charges for shooting and killing a young Guatemalan immigrant armed with a knife two years ago, prosecutors said Wednesday.

The plainclothes detectives feared for their lives and shot in self-defense after scuffling with Amilcar Perez-Lopez, 21, who lunged at one of them with a 12-inch knife, the San Francisco district attorney said in a report .

Detectives Eric Reboli and Craig Tiffe were in an unmarked police car when they responded on Feb. 26, 2015 to a report of a man

Read more at: http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/general-news/20170412/no-charges-for-california-police-who-fatally-shot-guatemalan

No charges for California police who fatally shot Guatemalan – Austin American

The plainclothes detectives feared for their lives and shot in self-defense after scuffling with Amilcar Perez-Lopez, 21, who lunged at one of them with a 12-inch knife, the San Francisco district attorney said in a report.

Read more at: http://www.statesman.com/news/charges-for-california-police-who-fatally-shot-guatemalan/lJdK1iU4N5F4y14cSMoRMM/

No charges for California police who fatally shot Guatemalan

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – Two San Francisco police detectives will not face criminal charges for shooting and killing a young Guatemalan immigrant armed with a knife two years ago, prosecutors said Wednesday.

The plainclothes detectives feared for their lives and shot in self-defense after scuffling with Amilcar Perez-Lopez, 21, who lunged at one of them with a 12-inch knife, the San Francisco district attorney said in a report .

Detectives Eric Reboli and Craig Tiffe were in an unmarked police car when they responded on Feb. 26, 2015 to a report of a man chasing another man with a knife.

Reboli detained the man getting chased and Tiffe grabbed Perez-Lopez, who was standing on a sidewalk, according to the report.

Perez-Lopez slipped from Tiffe’s grasp and then lunged at him with the knife while the other officer was coming to help, Tiffe told investigators.

An autopsy showed Perez-Lopez was shot five times from behind and

Read more at: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/apr/12/no-charges-for-california-police-who-fatally-shot-/

No charges for California police who fatally shot Guatemalan

By PAUL ELIAS

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – Two San Francisco police detectives will not face criminal charges for shooting and killing a young Guatemalan immigrant armed with a knife two years ago, prosecutors said Wednesday.

The plainclothes detectives feared for their lives and shot in self-defense after scuffling with Amilcar Perez-Lopez, 21, who lunged at one of them with a 12-inch knife, the San Francisco district attorney said in a report .

Detectives Eric Reboli and Craig Tiffe were in an unmarked police car when they responded on Feb. 26, 2015 to a report of a man chasing another man with a knife.

Reboli detained the man getting chased and Tiffe grabbed Perez-Lopez, who was standing on a sidewalk, according to the report.

Perez-Lopez slipped from Tiffe’s grasp and then lunged at him with the knife while the other officer was coming to help, Tiffe told investigators.

An autopsy showed Perez-Lopez was shot five times from

Read more at: http://www.wtoc.com/story/35137216/no-charges-for-california-police-who-fatally-shot-guatemalan

No charges for California police who fatally shot Guatemalan

By PAUL ELIAS

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – Two San Francisco police detectives will not face criminal charges for shooting and killing a young Guatemalan immigrant armed with a knife two years ago, prosecutors said Wednesday.

The plainclothes detectives feared for their lives and shot in self-defense after scuffling with Amilcar Perez-Lopez, 21, who lunged at one of them with a 12-inch knife, the San Francisco district attorney said in a report .

Detectives Eric Reboli and Craig Tiffe were in an unmarked police car when they responded on Feb. 26, 2015 to a report of a man chasing another man with a knife.

Reboli detained the man getting chased and Tiffe grabbed Perez-Lopez, who was standing on a sidewalk, according to the report.

Perez-Lopez slipped from Tiffe’s grasp and then lunged at him with the knife while the other officer was coming to help, Tiffe told investigators.

An autopsy showed Perez-Lopez was shot five times from

Read more at: http://www.live5news.com/story/35137216/no-charges-for-california-police-who-fatally-shot-guatemalan

No charges for California police who fatally shot Guatemalan

By PAUL ELIAS

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – Two San Francisco police detectives will not face criminal charges for shooting and killing a young Guatemalan immigrant armed with a knife two years ago, prosecutors said Wednesday.

The plainclothes detectives feared for their lives and shot in self-defense after scuffling with Amilcar Perez-Lopez, 21, who lunged at one of them with a 12-inch knife, the San Francisco district attorney said in a report .

Detectives Eric Reboli and Craig Tiffe were in an unmarked police car when they responded on Feb. 26, 2015 to a report of a man chasing another man with a knife.

Reboli detained the man getting chased and Tiffe grabbed Perez-Lopez, who was standing on a sidewalk, according to the report.

Perez-Lopez slipped from Tiffe’s grasp and then lunged at him with the knife while the other officer was coming to help, Tiffe told investigators.

An autopsy showed Perez-Lopez was shot five times from

Read more at: http://www.newson6.com/story/35137215/no-charges-for-california-police-who-fatally-shot-guatemalan

No charges for California police who fatally shot Guatemalan

Two San Francisco police detectives will not face criminal charges for shooting and killing a young Guatemalan immigrant armed with a knife two years ago, prosecutors said Wednesday.

The plainclothes detectives feared for their lives and shot in self-defense after scuffling with Amilcar Perez-Lopez, 21, who lunged at one of them with a 12-inch knife, the San Francisco district attorney said in a report .

Detectives Eric Reboli and Craig Tiffe were in an unmarked police car when they responded on Feb. 26, 2015 to a report of a man chasing another man with a knife.

Reboli detained the man getting chased and Tiffe grabbed Perez-Lopez, who was standing on a sidewalk, according to the report.

Perez-Lopez slipped from Tiffe’s grasp and then lunged at him with the knife while the other officer was coming to help, Tiffe told investigators.

An autopsy showed Perez-Lopez was shot five times from behind and a sixth time

Read more at: http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/charges-california-police-fatally-shot-guatemalan-46762731

Police: Homeowner fatally shoots home invasion suspect, 2nd suspect arrested

BERKELEY COUNTY, SC (WCSC) –

Police say a fatal shooting Tuesday night at a Moncks Corner home was justified because the homeowner was protecting his family from a home invasion.

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Police Chief Rick Ollic told reporters Wednesday afternoon their investigation revealed a man the Berkeley County Coroner identified as Elijah A. White, Jr., 30, forced his way into a home on Post Oak Court off Highway 52. White was armed with a handgun and wearing a mask and gloves, he said.

“We also retrieved from him rope, which I believe he was going to tie up the victims if he got into the residence, so there was no doubt he was there to do some serious harm to this family,” Ollic said. 

The homeowner fired his gun when

Read more at: http://www.live5news.com/story/34848467/police-homeowner-fatally-shoots-home-invasion-suspect-2nd-suspect-arrested

Home invasion suspect fatally shot outside Pine Hills home

A man shot two armed men, killing one of them, after they broke into his mother’s home Tuesday morning, deputies said.

Orange County deputies said the two men broke into a home on Perrine Drive a little before 10:45 a.m.

The homeowner told deputies that the two home invaders held her at gunpoint and made several demands.


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The homeowner’s son ran to get a gun and then fired in self-defense, deputies said.

Both of the suspected home invaders were hit. One of the men died in the front yard, while the other went to Florida Hospital in Winter Park on

Read more at: http://www.wesh.com/article/orange-county-deputies-investigating-deadly-home-invasion/8959965