A police officer under investigation for sexual misconduct with a teenage minor was shot and killed while on duty by fellow officers Saturday as they tried to arrest him on California’s central coast, authorities said.
“We had no choice,” Macagni said in video of an afternoon news conference posted by KCOY-TV. He said investigators had evidence “that demanded that we go out and take this officer off the street immediately.”
Supervising officers were sent to make a felony arrest, but he struggled with them when they arrived, first putting up a physical fight, then firing his gun but hitting no one, Macagni said.
“He chose to resist, he drew his weapon, a fight ensued, he fired his weapon,” the chief said.
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A police officer under investigation for sexual misconduct with a teenage minor was shot and…
by Tactical-Life.com / Jan 30, 2012