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(NSFW) Boxing Arena Shootout Halted After Officer Neutralizes Suspect

Published Sept. 9, 2021

On November 15th, 2020, an officer from the Sacramento Police Department was dispatched to the 1600 Block of Juliesse Ave, after receiving multiple reports of reckless driving and armed bystanders in the area.


Shortly upon arriving on the scene, the responding officer began asking people about the events occurring, but could not receive a direct answer. According to later reports, an "underground" boxing match was occurring on the premises. As he began radioing additional responding officers, a bystander approached and informed him a man was brandishing a firearm and threatening to shoot people near the event.


Seconds later, multiple shots rang out from within the warehouse. In response, the officer began sprinting toward the shots, where he soon found an armed man and began returning fire, striking the suspect multiple times. The suspect, later identified as Augustine Morales, now wounded on the ground, yells to the officer "I didn't shoot nobody".


The officer continued to secure the area until additional officers arrived to help provide medical aid to Morales until Sacramento Fire Department could arrive. Morales was transported to a local hospital, where he was later pronounced deceased.


During a later investigation, surveillance footage from a nearby building, showed the truth behind the events that occurred that night. Augustine Morales was not an innocent man by any means, however he was telling the truth about not firing any shots. Morales was in fact captured in the surveillance footage brandishing a firearm at bystanders during the event, but never fired a shot. The shots heard in the footage were instead, fired at Morales from an individual located within the warehouse. Unfortunately for Morales, he was caught in the wrong place at the wrong time. From the officers point of view, he engaged in a hostile situation, located a man with a firearm, made a split second decision, and neutralized his target.


The additional gunman from inside the warehouse has still yet to be identified. Let us know in the comments below what you think about this controversial situation. Was Morales innocent? Were the officers actions justified in your eyes? You tell us.


austin marino

Published Sept. 9, 2021

On November 15th, 2020, an officer from the Sacramento Police Department was dispatched to the 1600 Block of Juliesse Ave, after receiving multiple reports of reckless driving and armed bystanders in the area.


Shortly upon arriving on the scene, the responding officer began asking people about the events occurring, but could not receive a direct answer. According to later reports, an "underground" boxing match was occurring on the premises. As he began radioing additional responding officers, a bystander approached and informed him a man was brandishing a firearm and threatening to shoot people near the event.


Seconds later, multiple shots rang out from within the warehouse. In response, the officer began sprinting toward the shots, where he soon found an armed man and began returning fire, striking the suspect multiple times. The suspect, later identified as Augustine Morales, now wounded on the ground, yells to the officer "I didn't shoot nobody".


The officer continued to secure the area until additional officers arrived to help provide medical aid to Morales until Sacramento Fire Department could arrive. Morales was transported to a local hospital, where he was later pronounced deceased.


During a later investigation, surveillance footage from a nearby building, showed the truth behind the events that occurred that night. Augustine Morales was not an innocent man by any means, however he was telling the truth about not firing any shots. Morales was in fact captured in the surveillance footage brandishing a firearm at bystanders during the event, but never fired a shot. The shots heard in the footage were instead, fired at Morales from an individual located within the warehouse. Unfortunately for Morales, he was caught in the wrong place at the wrong time. From the officers point of view, he engaged in a hostile situation, located a man with a firearm, made a split second decision, and neutralized his target.


The additional gunman from inside the warehouse has still yet to be identified. Let us know in the comments below what you think about this controversial situation. Was Morales innocent? Were the officers actions justified in your eyes? You tell us.


austin marino

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