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One gentleman wounded in officer-involved shooting at near Fresno Superior. What police know


Anthony Galaviz | Fresno Bee

Two Fresno law enforcement officers “returned fire” early Sunday pursuing an hrs-extensive confrontation with a guy in an condominium around the Fresno Substantial location, a law enforcement division official claimed.

The incident began just immediately after 2 a.m. when residents of a compact condominium complicated in the 500 block of East Weldon Avenue read gunfire and learned a bullet gap in the wall of a bed room exactly where two little ones, ages 2 and 4, were being sleeping, Lt. Invoice Dooley claimed in an interview at the scene.

Police discovered a neighbor as the shooter. Officers escorted the spouse and children of four to basic safety and quickly surrounded the apartment.

The neighbor, discovered only as a 48-yr-outdated man, came out of his house but refused to cooperate with police and went again within. He spoke with a police negotiator but was described by Dooley as confrontational and “challenging” toward the officers.

Officers noted listening to gunfire all around 4 a.m. The male allegedly hearth a gun through a window. Dooley explained two officers returned fireplace.

The person surrendered about 40 minutes later and was taken to Group Regional Professional medical Centre with what law enforcement described as a grazing wound to his head.

Dooley explained the harm was not considered to be everyday living-threatening.

Roads on the east side of Fresno Significant College possible will be closed till Sunday afternoon, Dooley said.

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