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(NSFW) Suspect Reaches For Handgun, One Too Many Times

Published Sept. 3, 2021

On August 8th, 2021, Signal Hill Police Department received a call, reporting an armed robbery at a grocery store located at the 1600 block of East Willow Street. Upon arriving on the scene, eye-witnesses began pointing at a 2020 Honda Accord, which was just leaving the area and informed police that was the armed robber.


At this point, officers began pursuit on the vehicle, however lost sight of the vehicle only a short while later. Only ten minutes after the initial response, additional officers responded to a two-vehicle traffic collision in the area of Harbor Avenue and Pacific Coast Highway, where one vehicle matched the description of the alleged armed robber.


Once again, when police arrived on the scene, the suspect had fled the wreckage and began fleeing on foot. Another eye-witness present at the multi vehicle wreck, pointed southbound on Harbor Avenue, where a man was standing on the corner, and was identified as the hit and run suspect.


As soon as officers approached the suspect, secondary responding officers noticed a firearm in the mans pocket. Seen in the footage, officers commanded the suspect numerous times to stop reaching and to maintain his hands on the hood of the cruiser. The suspect reached down one last time, forcing two officers to discharge their service weapons, striking the suspect multiple times.


Unable to provide medical aid immediately, the officers commanded the suspect to remove his arm from underneath him. After a few minutes, a loaded firearm was retrieved from the suspect and officers were able to approach the suspect safely to provide him medical aid until Long Beach Fire Department arrived on the scene. The suspect was later identified as 28-year-old Leonides Enriquez. Enriquez was transported to a local medical facility in critical condition, but later survived his injuries. After further investigation, it was deemed Enriquez had stolen the vehicle earlier that day and utilized it during the armed robbery as a getaway vehicle.


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Published Sept. 3, 2021

On August 8th, 2021, Signal Hill Police Department received a call, reporting an armed robbery at a grocery store located at the 1600 block of East Willow Street. Upon arriving on the scene, eye-witnesses began pointing at a 2020 Honda Accord, which was just leaving the area and informed police that was the armed robber.


At this point, officers began pursuit on the vehicle, however lost sight of the vehicle only a short while later. Only ten minutes after the initial response, additional officers responded to a two-vehicle traffic collision in the area of Harbor Avenue and Pacific Coast Highway, where one vehicle matched the description of the alleged armed robber.


Once again, when police arrived on the scene, the suspect had fled the wreckage and began fleeing on foot. Another eye-witness present at the multi vehicle wreck, pointed southbound on Harbor Avenue, where a man was standing on the corner, and was identified as the hit and run suspect.


As soon as officers approached the suspect, secondary responding officers noticed a firearm in the mans pocket. Seen in the footage, officers commanded the suspect numerous times to stop reaching and to maintain his hands on the hood of the cruiser. The suspect reached down one last time, forcing two officers to discharge their service weapons, striking the suspect multiple times.


Unable to provide medical aid immediately, the officers commanded the suspect to remove his arm from underneath him. After a few minutes, a loaded firearm was retrieved from the suspect and officers were able to approach the suspect safely to provide him medical aid until Long Beach Fire Department arrived on the scene. The suspect was later identified as 28-year-old Leonides Enriquez. Enriquez was transported to a local medical facility in critical condition, but later survived his injuries. After further investigation, it was deemed Enriquez had stolen the vehicle earlier that day and utilized it during the armed robbery as a getaway vehicle.


austin marino

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