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Saturday, August 17, 2019

Police Activity Featuring: Bodycam Shows SLCPD Shooting After Suspect Points Gun at Officers Presented on US Sports Net by TacFit Survival


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 ** (Disclaimer: This video content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Salt Lake City police released body camera video of a man being shot to death by officers — after he pulled a gun and aimed it in their direction. Riche Antonio Santiago, 29, died at the scene — 731 S. 300 East — at about 7:20 p.m. on Aug. 5 when police responded to a 911 call after the caller abruptly hung up. Bike squad officers arrived at the Park Place Apartments and found a vehicle that had been involved in a previous report of shots fired. Police records showed the vehicle did not have proof of insurance. Body camera video from the officer on the scene show Santiago, a backseat passenger, attempt to get out of the car, saying he wanted to smoke a cigarette. One officer tells him to stay in the car. Santiago tells the officer he has just been released from jail, where he’s been held after fleeing from police.

 Once police reinforcements arrived at the scene, the responding officer learned Santiago had outstanding warrants. As seen on the video, once Santiago learned he was under arrest and faced a return to jail, the situation escalated and shots were fired. Police said a child, two additional adults and a dog were inside the car. A slowed down version of the video showed Santiago pull out a gun from a backpack and aimed it out the car door. An officer could be heard saying, “Don’t! Don’t! Don’t be stupid!” Despite officers’ commands, Santiago did not appear to comply in the video. In return, police fired multiple shots and Santiago was killed feet from the car.
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 After shots were fired, a gun was recovered next to Santiago, who was not moving. He was put into handcuffs and emergency aid was given, though Santiago was pronounced dead on scene. The two officers involved were put on paid administrative leave. Investigators from the West Valley Police Department and the Salt Lake District Attorney’s Office were reviewing the case. The officer-involved shooting was Salt Lake City Police Department’s fifth of the year, with five people killed in those incidents. 

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