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California Officer Stops Parolee Armed With Two Guns

November 02, 2010  | 

A San Bernardino (Calif.) Police officer fatally shot a parolee following a foot pursuit in which the subject pulled two guns on the officer, reports the San Bernardino Sun.

Adrian Gutierrez, 28, had been out of prison about a month when he sped away from the officer after a traffic violation. Gutierrez crashed his vehicle and, while armed with two guns, ran from the officer. He turned on the officer, who then fired.

Read the full story at SBSun.com.


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