Authorities on Thursday recognized a person Escondido police fatally shot final week after he allegedly opened hearth on them in a mobile-home park south of Daley Ranch.
The San Diego Police Division, in a information launch, recognized the person as Douglas Quinn, 48, of Indiana, who was on parole.
The division additionally named the officers concerned within the capturing as Anthony Lay and Michael Statti. Lay is a six-year worker, whereas Statti has labored for Escondido police for one yr as a patrol officer.
The SDPD investigates police shootings from different departments below the phrases of a countywide settlement to keep away from conflicts of curiosity.
The occasions that led to the deadly shootout started shortly after 6:30 a.m. Nov. 3, when Escondido police obtained a report of a trespasser resting in a sleeping bag on the porch of a residential trailer within the 2500 block of East Valley Parkway, San Diego police mentioned.
The 2 Escondido officers arrived on the trailer park about 10 minutes later, noticed Quinn and stopped him for questioning.
They talked, then the person allegedly started to flee whereas pulling a gun, pointing it throughout his physique and opening hearth. Patrol personnel, in flip, wounded the suspect, who fell to the bottom.
The officers supplied first help to the suspect previous to the arrival of paramedics. An ambulance took Quinn to a hospital, the place he was pronounced lifeless.
– Metropolis Information Service