A 15-year-old boy, who allegedly toted a BB gun, was fatally shot by two San Diego police officers outside of Torrey Pines High School on Saturday, reports the San Diego Union-Tribune.
From the San Diego Union-Tribune:
The two officers arrived at the school on Del Mar Heights Road about the same time and saw the teen. As they got out of their patrol cars to speak with him, he “pulled a handgun that was concealed in his waistband and pointed it at one of the officers,” police homicide Lt. Holden said.
Both officers drew their weapons and told the boy to drop the gun, but he continued to point the gun and walk toward one officer, Holden said.
According to the outlet, both officers shot the teen and he was transported to Scripps Memorial Hospital where he later died.
SOURCE: San Diego Union-Tribune
Balch Springs, Texas Police Officer Fatally Shoots 15-Year-Old Boy
Today’s Freedom Fighters
Anti-DEI Bill Would 'Prohibit' Black Fraternities And Sororities In Florida, Lawmaker Worries
Kirk Franklin, Father Of Kerrion, Urges Parents To Give Kids 'Real Names' To 'Save The Next Generation'
'The Caucasity': Desmond Howard's Airplane Video Shows White Privilege Backfiring Spectacularly
Donald Trump Plays The Race Card AGAIN After Black DA Invites Him To Testify Before NY Grand Jury
Clarence Wilkerson's In-Custody Death Was 'Preventable,' Kentucky Arrest Video Shows
NAACP Opposes Cash Reparations To Descendants Of Enslaved People In San Francisco
Why Did tWitch Kill Himself? Suicide Note Revealed After Shocking Death