Responding to a report of an armed individual at Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas, numerous law enforcement agencies sent out personnel to conduct investigations. There is an active shooter alert, which some of the employees have been made aware of. Nobody was found to be in possession of a gun, according to the police.
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Related Story: GSP K-9 officer, After an officer-involved gunshot in Clayton County, a GSP K-9 officer, and a murder suspect were both killed
Clayton County – Following a chase that resulted in a SWAT standoff with a murder suspect, a Georgia State Patrol K-9 officer was killed in the line of duty on Friday morning. Police fired and killed the suspect as well. Following a fatal shooting on Kendrick Road on Thursday, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said that police were looking into a homicide. The suspect was seen operating the victim’s car close to Interstate 285 on Riverside Road.
Police were assisted by state troopers and Clayton County deputies during a traffic stop. The suspect originally stopped, but when authorities sought to speak with him, he took off in his car. Then, as the car was being pursued, the troopers were able to pull off a PIT. When officers attempted to speak with the motorist, he or she was uncooperative.
K-9 officer Figo was shot by the driver after being thrown into the car by his handler. The driver was shot and killed on the spot after a shootout between troopers, deputies, and the driver. K-9 police After being sent to a Sandy Springs veterinary facility, Figo passed away. Figo was bravely saved by physicians when they rushed him out of a medical helicopter, as seen on video of Sandy Springs police closing off the road in front of the veterinary clinic. A memorial fund for Figo has been established by the Georgia Police K9 Foundation. *Donations will be made to have K9 Figo’s name added to the Georgia Police K9 In the Line of Duty Death Memorial, which is housed at the Georgia Public the charity posted on Facebook, “Safety Training Center.”