A suspect who barricaded himself inside a house in Solar Valley after police shot at him appeared to have escaped Thursday night time.
The incident started round 7 p.m. when gang officers patrolling within the space of Radford Avenue and Stagg Avenue noticed a gang member get out of a automobile with what they believed was a gun, in keeping with the Los Angeles Police Division.
A minimum of one officer opened hearth, stated Officer Annie Hernandez, an LAPD spokesperson.
Additional data on what prompted the officer, or officers, to shoot wasn’t out there Thursday night time. Police stated they don’t know whether or not the suspect was injured.
After the taking pictures, the suspect, described solely as an grownup male, bumped into a close-by residence and barricaded himself inside, police stated.
Investigators decided that the suspect knew the residents and have been working to see whether or not he lived there as effectively, Hernandez stated.
The residents evacuated and weren’t harmed, police stated.
After officers arrange a containment zone and known as SWAT, disaster negotiators tried to get the person to give up, Hernandez stated. With no response, SWAT officers have been despatched inside and located the house empty.
Hernandez stated investigators didn’t have an opportunity to gather proof as of 11 p.m.
It wasn’t identified whether or not a gun was recovered, and authorities couldn’t affirm whether or not the suspect was armed.
Additional details about the incident wasn’t out there Thursday night time.