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Big-Rig Trucker Kills California Cop In Park Gunfight

November 08, 2010  | 


Riverside (Calif.) PD's Officer Ryan Bonaminio was fatally shot investigating a hit-and-run. Photo courtesy of Riverside PD.

An officer with the Riverside (Calif.) Police Department was fatally shot while investigating a hit-and-run accident involving the driver of a big-rig truck, the agency announced.

Officer Ryan Bonaminio, a four-year veteran of the department and a U.S. Army veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, responded to a hit-and-run call at 9:45 p.m. Sunday at the 60 Freeway and Market Street.

Officer Bonaminio attempted to pull over a semi-truck believed to be involved in the accident, which failed to yield to the officer's lights and siren.

After pulling over in front of Fairmount Park, the driver fled on foot into the park, and Officer Bonaminio pursued him on foot. Backup officers arrived to find Officer Bonaminio laying on the ground with a gunshot injury.

He was transported by paramedics to Riverside Community Hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries.

Detectives with the department's Robbery Homicide Unit are currently investigating the shooting and have not identified the suspect.


Comments (5)

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OldLt @ 11/8/2010 6:10 PM

RIP Brother Sheepdog.

Morning Eagle @ 11/8/2010 11:44 PM

My heart goes out to his family, friends, and fellow officers. He served all of us. I hope they know Officer Bonaminio is now in a better place.

When they catch up to the one who took his life, I hope there will be no need for a trial.

CAPONER @ 11/9/2010 6:05 AM

RIP BROTHER. Let's find the perp and take away his right to bear arms.

Narc 1 @ 11/9/2010 6:21 AM

RIP. I will keep your family and friends in my thoughts and prayers.

LT.ewok @ 11/9/2010 9:39 PM

Once again Officers are being killed in the line of duty, while our departments are being downsized! May The Lord Bless And Watch Over This Officers Family and Friends. Rest In Peace Officer Bonaminio.

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