Officers shoot, kill gunman after domestic occurrence in northeast Vegas

Police tape blocks an area of Eddingham Court, near Mount Hood Street and Owens Avenue, after an officer-involved shooting on June 2, 2017. (FOX5) Police tape obstructs an area of Eddingham Court, near Mount Hood Street and Owens Opportunity, after an officer-involved shooting on June 2, 2017. (FOX5) Police tape blocks a location of Eddingham Court, near Mount Hood Street and Owens Avenue, after an officer-involved shooting on June 2, 2017.( FOX5). LAS VEGAS( FOX5 )-. An altercation between an armed man and his sweetheart caused officers shooting and eliminating him when he opened fire, Las Vegas Metro authorities said early Friday. The cops department got a call of shots fired in the 1700 block of Eddingham Court, near Mt. Hood Street and

Owens Avenue, at 10:51 p.m. Thursday. Inning accordance with Capt. Kelly McMahill, of City, 2 officers situated an injured woman, who encouraged them her sweetheart released his gun at least as soon as before driving away from their house. She informed them he would return and make cops shoot him.

Extra officers were called to the scene.

About 20 minutes later on, the shooter returned and chose not to come out of his automobile when he showed up. After stopped working negotiations, cops stated the male pointed a handgun from the window and fired 4 to 5 shots toward the officers.

4 officers returned fire, striking the gunman and killing him, cops said.

There were no officers hurt throughout the exchange.

The event marked the eighth officer-involved shooting in City’s jurisdiction this year. Cops are anticipated to determine the 4 officers who opened fire at the shooter.

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