The Oklahoma City Police Department just issued a press release regarding the officer-involved shooting that took place on September 9th, 2019 of a suspect in a murder moments before a police chase that led to officers shooting the suspect. You can read the entire press release below:
"Official Press Release for yesterday afternoon's Officer-Involved Shooting (#8 of 2019) and the City's 57th & 58th homicides of the year
Officer-Involved Shooting #8 of 2019
Homicide # 57, 58
Incident # 2019-0072426 Homicide
2019-0072432 Officer Involved Shooting
Date & Time: 9/9/19 at 3:16 p.m.
Location: 12912 Stonecrest LN - Homicide
NW 120th Ct/ Warwick Dr -Officer Involved Shooting
Victim: Caleea Broadus B/F, DOB 3/3/1986, Deceased
Suspect: Quentin Broadus B/M, Unknown DOB, Deceased
Sergeant Chad Pickle 13 years of service
Sergeant Robert Allen 12 years of service
Sergeant Joshua Thee 11 years of service
Officer Clifford Beloncik 4 years of service
Officer Aaron Richards 4 years of service
Officer Simeon Alibrando 3 years of service
Narrative: On Monday, September 9, 2019 at 3:16 p.m., Oklahoma City Officers received a call reference to a domestic shooting at 12912 Stonecrest Ln. An altercation occurred between suspect Quentin Broadus and the victim Caleea Broadus, who are husband and wife. During the altercation the suspect shot and killed the victim. A witness provided a detailed description of the suspect and his vehicle.
Officers located and attempted to stop the suspect as he was leaving the area. The suspect refused to stop and led officers on a pursuit traveling through NW Oklahoma City, lasting approximately 20 minutes. The pursuit came to an end near NW 120th Ct/ Warwick Dr. The suspect exited the vehicle while it was still moving and pointed a gun at officers. Six officers discharged their weapons, striking the suspect. The suspect was transported by EMSA to a local hospital where he was pronounced deceased.
The six involved Officers were not injured during the incident. The officers have been placed on paid administrative leave."
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