ヒューストンで強盗容疑者を警察が追跡中に​​歩行者が死亡した, 当局は言う

土曜日の午後、強盗の追跡中にヒューストンのパトカーが歩行者を殴り殺した, 当局は言った.

事件に巻き込まれた2人のヒューストン警察官は “取り乱した” after striking a 45-50 year-old man who has not yet been identified, Houston Police Department (HPD) executive assistant chief Larry Satterwhite said in a news conference Saturday.
This is a tragic night and a man lost his life,” Satterwhite said. “Our prayers are going out to our victim and his family. It is an absolute tragedy.
      役員は周りに電話を受けました 5 午後. from a woman who said she was robbed at gunpoint and that the thieves stole her black Ford truck and her purse, according to Satterwhite.
        When police found the stolen vehicle, the suspects drove off and a pursuit began, the executive assistant chief said. When another HPD vehicle came to assist, that cruiser went out of control and ended up on a sidewalk, killing the pedestrian, 彼が説明しました.
          They were running lights and sirens trying to catch up and help our officers in the pursuit and apprehension of the suspects that were involved in the aggravated robbery,” Satterwhite said. “悲劇的に, as they were coming westbound on Reed Road, coming up to the intersection, somehow they lost control of their vehicle.
          The officers administered CPR on the scene but the victim was pronounced dead, Satterwhite said.
          The officers in the vehicle that hit the pedestrian are on routine administrative leave while an investigation is underway to determine what caused them to lose control of the cruiser, according to Satterwhite.
          Both officers are around 25 years old and have been on the Houston force for less than two years, 彼は続けた.
          Of the five suspects being pursued in the aggravated robbery and stolen vehicle case, three of themall juvenileswere caught and charged with aggravated robbery, Satterwhite said. Two others escaped.
          Another officer received minor injuries when he was struck by the moving stolen vehicle as it was abandoned by the suspects, according to Satterwhite.
          Sean Teare, chief of the Harris County District Attorney’s Office Vehicular Crimes Division, said during the news conference that the incident will not be treated any differently because it involves officers.
            It involves a human being who lost his life, so we’re going to look at it from that lens,” Teare said, adding that authorities are examining multiple pieces of evidence including surveillance footage and information on the speed of the police cruiser at different points in the chase.
            The officers were responding to a violent felony,” Teare said. “This is not a normal crash. A normal crash in situations like this would probably constitute different charges than we’re even going to think about in this case.

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