Police stage snowy crime operation with officers from three law enforcement agencies on Wednesday
The suspect had made several calls to the 911 phone box and said he “had seen a helicopter on fire in a woods.”
The call received by dispatcher바카라사이트s at 7:34 p.m. ended in three minutes and 19 seconds, when he asked whether his girlfriend was home with him.
The suspect went on to inform them that his girlfriend had been shot and killed. When the dispatcher called the police, he said he “showed himself as an intruder by chasing a helicopter in the middle of the woods.”
The dispatcher also reported that the suspect claimed to have a gun.
Poli바카라사이트ce have not named the officers involved in the search for the suspect in relation to the incident involving the helicopter. Officers from several agencies responded to the area.
“We’re still investigating the circumstances of what transpired on the scene this evening, but one of our officers was involved with an incident that took place during the operation, and we believe he’s been identified and arrested,” said Assistant Chief Bob Giesbrecht with the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office.
A search of the suspect’s vehicle located evidence in his apartment and office in the 100 block of South Waverly Avenue in San Francisco.
“This is a situation that has never happened before on our city’s streets and a city like ours should be safer than it has been,” said Deputy Mayor Ed Lee. “As I understand it and I’ll be able to talk to peop더킹카지노le who are in the area, there have been two homicides in the last week. One was a stabbing and we’ve also had several calls related to assaults and shooting and vandalism. This one will be investigated thoroughly.”
As soon as possible, the police departments of Oakland and Alameda County are working together with the San Francisco Police Department, FBI, and the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Department to begin an investigation.