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(NSFW) Reno Officer Fatally Wounds Man High On Meth And Armed With Knife

Published Nov. 24, 2021

On February 5th, 2020 Reno Police Department (RPD) Officer Javen Lindsay and his trainee Officer Nicholas Triplett were in their vehicle near the area of Sutro Street and Wedekind Road when at about 8:02 p.m. dispatch advised there was a report of an assault with a deadly weapon.


According to the report, the subject, later identified as Daniel Murillo, was in the parking lot of the Northern Nevada Literacy Center at 2100 Centennial Way chasing people with a knife. Officers Triplett and Lindsay arrived on scene at approximately 8:03 pm and contacted the reporting party. The 9-1-1 caller pointed the officers in the northbound direction near the El Chaparral Apartments immediately behind their location where Murillo was last seen.


At approximately 8:04 pm Officers Lindsay and Triplett observed Murillo in a grassy area of the apartment complex. Murillo was ripping fence boards off a bordering 6-foot wooden fence, appearing to officers that he was trying to escape. Both officers yelled at Murillo to stop and get on the ground. Officer Lindsay broadcast that they had one at gunpoint. Murillo stopped tearing down the boards and turned toward officers Lindsay and Triplett.


As Murillo turned, Officer Triplett saw Murillo put his hand inside the pocket of his hoodie and come out with an object he believed to be a knife. Both officers can be heard commanding Murillo to drop the weapon, however Murillo did not comply. Instead, Murillo charged toward officer Lindsay, forcing an officer involved shooting.


Additional RPD officers arrived and Murillo was rendered medical aid and taken to Renown Regional Medical Center. Murillo did not survive his injuries and was later pronounced deceased.


The object Murillo was armed with was later identified as a screwdriver. During a later toxicology report, Murillo had large doses of methamphetamine in his system.


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Published Nov. 24, 2021

On February 5th, 2020 Reno Police Department (RPD) Officer Javen Lindsay and his trainee Officer Nicholas Triplett were in their vehicle near the area of Sutro Street and Wedekind Road when at about 8:02 p.m. dispatch advised there was a report of an assault with a deadly weapon.


According to the report, the subject, later identified as Daniel Murillo, was in the parking lot of the Northern Nevada Literacy Center at 2100 Centennial Way chasing people with a knife. Officers Triplett and Lindsay arrived on scene at approximately 8:03 pm and contacted the reporting party. The 9-1-1 caller pointed the officers in the northbound direction near the El Chaparral Apartments immediately behind their location where Murillo was last seen.


At approximately 8:04 pm Officers Lindsay and Triplett observed Murillo in a grassy area of the apartment complex. Murillo was ripping fence boards off a bordering 6-foot wooden fence, appearing to officers that he was trying to escape. Both officers yelled at Murillo to stop and get on the ground. Officer Lindsay broadcast that they had one at gunpoint. Murillo stopped tearing down the boards and turned toward officers Lindsay and Triplett.


As Murillo turned, Officer Triplett saw Murillo put his hand inside the pocket of his hoodie and come out with an object he believed to be a knife. Both officers can be heard commanding Murillo to drop the weapon, however Murillo did not comply. Instead, Murillo charged toward officer Lindsay, forcing an officer involved shooting.


Additional RPD officers arrived and Murillo was rendered medical aid and taken to Renown Regional Medical Center. Murillo did not survive his injuries and was later pronounced deceased.


The object Murillo was armed with was later identified as a screwdriver. During a later toxicology report, Murillo had large doses of methamphetamine in his system.


austin marino

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