Police: Man fatally shot by deputies kept holding gun

Video Appears to Show Sheriff's Deputies Fatally Shoot Man

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A black male who was fatally shot by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies kept holding a gun as he lay failing on a ground, authorities pronounced Sunday in response to questions about because they continued to glow on a male after he fell to a pavement.

A close-up from confidence footage showed 28-year-old Nicholas Robertson stretched out on a belligerent with a gun in his hand. He died during a stage Saturday morning in a south Los Angeles suburb of Lynwood.

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Two deputies dismissed 33 bullets during a male after he refused to dump a gun and walked opposite a bustling travel to a stuffing hire where a family member was pumping gas, carnage Capt. Steven Katz said.

“When he collapsed, his arms were underneath him, and a gun was still in his hand. There was never a time when a arms was not in his possession,” Katz said.

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Police confronted Robertson as they investigated 911 calls from witnesses who saw a male banishment a gun into a air. Witnesses pronounced he was walking down a residential travel and afterwards by a bustling blurb area holding a arms and behaving strangely.

Witnesses told authorities that Robertson reportedly dismissed 6 to 7 rounds and quickly went into a automobile rinse and a pizza parlor before deputies arrived.

Deputies speckled a male in front of a gas station, where dual women and 3 children were inside a car, and systematic him to dump a gun, though he refused and during one indicate forked a gun in a deputies’ direction, Katz said.

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The gun was not purebred to Robertson and has not been reported stolen. Detectives are perplexing to lane it, Katz said.

Robertson might have been in a brawl during home with his associate before he went out on a street, though authorities have nonetheless to determine that report, Katz said.

Video, apparently from a cellphone, seemed on several media sites. It appears to uncover deputies banishment some dual dozen bullets, including several rounds after Robertson falls and is crawling on a ground.

“They shot him in his shoulder, and he was crawling,” Pamela Brown, Robertson’s mother-in-law, told Los Angeles radio hire KCAL. “He left 3 kids behind, dual daughters and a son. What, they could have Tasered him or anything.”

Robertson’s mother declined to pronounce with a Associated Press, providing usually a print of their children. Earlier, she told a Los Angeles Times that her father was a stay-at-home father who didn’t rivet in crime.

“Anytime we see him, we see him with a kids,” Nekesha Robertson said. “He’d take them to and from school. Help them with homework. He’s a daddy – that’s his job. He didn’t do zero else.”

Other kin pronounced a sharpened was undue and that Robertson might not have listened a deputies’ call to dump a gun.

“This male never incited during we and looked during we or forked a gun during you. Nothing,” pronounced Nekesha Robertson’s cousin, Monica Reddix, said. “What they did yesterday was … point-blank murder.”

She pronounced her mother-in-law had called her shortly before a sharpened to contend her father was underneath a change of alcohol. She pronounced she was on her approach to get him and had stopped during a same gas hire to buy divert before a sharpened happened

Robertson’s genocide comes during a time of augmenting critique of military use of force after several killings of black group by officers have been held on video in California and via a nation.

On Dec. 2, 5 San Francisco officers shot and killed Mario Woods, 26, in a city’s dirty Bayview area after they contend he refused commands to dump an 8-inch blade he was carrying. Police were responding to a stabbing news when they encountered Woods. The sharpened was held by several bystanders and their videos circulated online widely.

Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell betrothed a review into Robertson’s genocide would be rubbed “with a pinnacle professionalism and integrity” and urged anyone with information to come forward.

“In this complicated age of cellphone video and present research on a Internet, we would ask that we keep in mind that a consummate and extensive review is minute and time intensive,” he pronounced in a statement. “It will involve, not only one source of information, though countless sources, potentially including mixed videos, earthy justification and watcher accounts.”

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