The Los Angeles area, a deputy shot out of the sheriff’s station expected to survive

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A Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy was gunned down outside of a sheriff’s department station on Wednesday, but was expected to survive, investigators said.

Someone fired at the back of the department’s Lancaster train station, located about 70 miles north of Los Angeles, california, in the vicinity of a helipad somewhere, and just before 3 o’clock, and struck the deputy in the shoulder, and the Assistant-Morgan Arteaga, told Fox News.

The unidentified deputy was taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening gunshot wound.

“My deputy is in stable condition at a hospital. He was struck by a round in the shoulder,” Sheriff, Alex Villaneuva said, according to the Los Angeles Times. “We’ll have to set up containment on the building in the area, and we have to go through all of our tactical moves is now.”

The Times reported the suspect was in a four-story structure. The tactical units had arrived and the deputies, with the help of a pair of binoculars to scan the building for any possible sniper fire and the clean-up of buildings in the area.

“The Pennsylvania delegates were still clearing the area and searching for the accused and the place from where the shots were fired,” Arteaga said.


The incident came days after a California Highway Patrol officer was gunned down in a shoot-out in the River, a town 60 miles east of Los Angeles, california.

Officer Mark Moye, Jr., 34, the filling out of the paperwork to impound a vehicle when Aaron, Luther, martin, 49, is said to have shot him with a gun. Luther, martin, died in a gun battle with the police.

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