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Domestic Violence Suspect Fatally Shot After Fighting Officers

August 17, 2010  | 

Seattle police officers who arrived at a grocery store Monday evening to question a domestic-violence suspect fatally shot the man, after he fought with them and pulled a gun from his waistband, the Seattle Times reports.

The man, in his 30s, was an employee at the Wedgwood QFC grocery story. He was a suspect in a domestic-violence felony purportedly committed on Sunday.

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