Off-duty deputy fatally shoots man in...

Off-duty deputy fatally shoots man in Azusa

There are 223 comments on the San Gabriel Valley Tribune story from Jun 9, 2010, titled Off-duty deputy fatally shoots man in Azusa. In it, San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports that:

A Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department detective at the scene of an officer involved shooting on Daybreak Drive and San Gabriel Canyon Boulevard in Azusa June 9, 2010.

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Temple City, CA

#238 Jun 24, 2012
officers are trained to shoot more then one time if they feel there life is in danger he shot he must of felt he was in great danger..
OH LORD wrote:
<quoted text>you telling to stop watching cop SHOWs first and foremost aint your husband is a law enforcement well duh stupid wife its the same thing ,stop defending those who commited MURDER you wouldnt like it if the table was turned around......and you people are silly and a laugh you guys complaint to stop the senseless killing and you guys are supporting this cop actions just wait untill you guys are judged by GOD!

Temple City, CA

#239 Jun 24, 2012
protect his neighborhood..he is not in a gang and he was not protecting his turf do u get that there is no law saying the cant be out at 2am see what happends stupid people like you think its ok to shoot a un armed man minding his own biz..sick of cops using the he reached in his waistband ..
Not wife cop wrote:
I'm not a cop wife, but I agree with "wife of a cop", completely! I'm sick and tired of law abiding citizens being victimized. I am so happy the police officer took action and protected his community while off duty. It is unfortunate that the suspect perished. However, how was the deputy to know that his life was not in danger? The suspect reached for his waist band. The deputy had to take immediate action to eliminate the threat. Had the deputy hesitated and the suspect had a weapon, this blog would have a different title. "Deputy shot and killed while trying to protect his neighborhood".
I'm much happier with the current outcome, only wish the suspect had not been fatally wounded. I'm sure the deputy is not happy about killing someone. God bless this deputy and all the men and women who leave their homes everyday, willing to put their safety at risk for all of us. Some officers don't make it home after their shift. I'm glad he did!
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Duarte, CA

#240 Jun 24, 2012
There are a lot people who refuse to believe that it's ethical or moral for a society to give agents for an organizion (law enforcement) the prerogative to gun people down in the street based on their emotions or feelings.

Be happy that there are only 1,013,608 police officers(with guns and bullets) in America.

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