“Man Threatens Motorist Before Being Shot by Deputies in Diamond Bar: Benjamin Chin Identified as Deceased”

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Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deputies fatally shot a 30-year-old man in Diamond Bar in June after he ignored orders to surrender and threatened a motorist, according to body-worn camera footage released on July 28. Benjamin Chin was seen walking with a rifle and firing shots before deputies arrived. He continued to advance towards a Tesla, prompting deputies to shoot him. Chin later died from his injuries. The rifle he was carrying was determined to be a ghost gun. The shooting is under investigation and will be reviewed by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. shooting-daily-news/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>sondakika-haberleri.net reported

Man Shot and Killed by Deputies in Diamond Bar Neighborhood

Authorities Release Body-Worn Camera Footage of the Incident

On June 19, a 30-year-old man was shot and killed by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deputies in a Diamond Bar neighborhood. New details have emerged from the body-worn camera footage released on July 28, revealing that the man disregarded authorities’ orders to surrender and even threatened a nearby motorist before being shot.

The incident began when authorities received multiple calls about a man, identified as Benjamin Chin, walking along Crooked Creek Drive wearing a ballistic vest and firing shots from a rifle. Prior to this, Chin had stabbed his mother in the back outside their home and continued down the street towards Diamond Bar Boulevard with the rifle.

According to witnesses, Chin fired several shots before deputies arrived at the scene. His mother, who was covered in blood from the stab wound, pleaded with him to drop the rifle. Despite orders from deputies, Chin ignored their commands and continued walking towards Diamond Bar Boulevard.

As Chin advanced towards a Tesla in the far traffic lane, authorities ordered him to drop the rifle. When he failed to comply, at least two deputies shot and struck him. Chin was later pronounced dead at the hospital. The rifle he was carrying was determined to be a ghost gun, an unserialized weapon that can be manufactured by users.

An investigation into the shooting is ongoing, and the case will be presented to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office for an independent review to determine whether the use of force was warranted.

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