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Suspected Motorcycle Gang Member Charged with Killing California SWAT Officer

October 31, 2014

A 36-year-old suspected Mongols motorcycle gang member was charged Thursday with capital murder in connection with the fatal shooting of a Pomona SWAT officer. More Here.

Video: Suspected Motorcycle Gang Member Charged with Killing California SWAT Officer

October 31, 2014
A 36-year-old suspected Mongols motorcycle gang member was charged Thursday with capital murder in connection with the fatal shooting of a Pomona SWAT officer.

Video: Calif. SWAT Officer Shot in Anti-Gang Operation Dies

October 29, 2014
Pomona (Calif.) PD Officer Shaun Diamond, 45, was pronounced dead overnight at a Pasadena hospital where he was admitted Tuesday in "extremely critical condition" after being shot during a motorcycle gang investigation Tuesday morning at a San Gabriel residence. Authorities announced early Wednesday that the 16-year veteran of law enforcement, who leaves behind a wife and two children, had died.

Calif. SWAT Officer Shot in Anti-Gang Operation Dies

October 29, 2014

Pomona (Calif.) PD Officer Shaun Diamond, 45, was pronounced dead overnight at a Pasadena hospital where he was admitted Tuesday in "extremely critical condition" after being shot during a motorcycle gang investigation Tuesday morning. More Here.

California SWAT Officer Shot by Motorcycle Gang Member

October 28, 2014
A gunman accused of shooting a Pomona, Calif., police SWAT officer who was serving a search warrant has been identified by authorities as a 36-year-old member of a "dangerous" motorcycle gang.
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