Brockton Police Shooting Targets Domestic Violence’s Suspect
Brockton police shooting targets a domestic violence suspect, which led to the death of the armed man.
The officer-involved shooting in Brockton, MA, happened on Overlook Avenue. Plymouth County District Attorney Tim Cruz announced that police were responding to a domestic violence situation call shortly before 3 p.m. Monday when the police shooting happened, and the armed man was fatally shot by police.
Darren Duarte, the Brockton Police Department spokesperson, said the male suspect was carrying a weapon. The police shot him, who was armed with a knife.
The Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office confirmed the death of the armed suspect.
“I was hiding over there, cause I didn’t know what else was going to happen,” said one resident who heard the gunshot.
Armed Suspect Shot in Brockton Police-Involved Shooting
District Attorney Timothy Cruz said the state police are working the scene and making sure they can do everything they can to get to the resolution of this, but it just happened, declining to comment on the suspect who was shot or what had happened.
Washington St Lynn Mass shooting ended after at least one person died and many injured, two days ago.
The Lynn Police Department was responded to the fatal shooting in the area of Quincy Terrace and Washington Street in Massachusetts.
Lynn Police Lt. Thomas Reddy said the incident happened at about 5 p.m. on Saturday.
It was reported that there were five gunshot victims, with four of them taken to Mass General Hospital in Boston. A 25-year-old man has died of his injuries.
A neighbor called the police. He said he was not surprised that a shooting happened in Lynn, Massachusetts, but there was not often violence in his neighborhood.
Another neighbor on Washington Street said that he heard more gunshots than he could count at about 5:30 p.m. The witness also said he saw four people going down.
Lynn police said the shooting suspect remained at large, with no immediate threat to the public. The Essex County District Attorney’s office did not immediately caution, typically the case with fatal crimes.