#AceNewsReport – Oct.18: Los Angeles police said they opened fire after seeing gunfire between people inside a gray sedan and at least one person on a sidewalk while the officers were on patrol near the University of Southern California late Saturday: LAPD said no officers were injured but did not disclose whether they struck anyone:
The incident happened around 11:35 p.m. as officers in a patrol vehicle traveling north on Budlong Avenue near Jefferson Boulevard happened to witness the occupants of a gray sedan exchanging shots with at least one person on a sidewalk, according to the Los Angeles Police Department: Police exited their vehicle and opened fire, the agency said. At least one person ran north on Budlong Avenue, and the grey sedan kept going south and crashed into a telephone pole near 35th Street, LAPD said: At least one person inside the car ran, according to police, who set up a large perimeter at the scene.
Just before 9:30 a.m. Sunday, a USC alert said LAPD’s investigation was in its final stage but the streets in the area of Jefferson Boulevard and Budlong Avenue remained closed: Police said they have identified those involved and have found a handgun inside the gray vehicle and another at the location of the shooting:
“Detectives are hoping after they interview the involved officers they will be able to release further information,” LAPD said in a tweet just after 9:30 a.m.
#AceNewsDesk report ……………Published: Oct.18: 2020: