LAPD Officers Shot at on 110 Freeway; Suspect in Custody
Los Angeles, CA – Shots were fired at the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) on the 110 Freeway earlier today, leading to the arrest of at least one suspect.
As a result, authorities have announced plans to close the southbound side of the freeway for investigation.
The incident occurred on Wednesday afternoon when the LAPD officers came under fire while on the 110 Freeway.
Fortunately, there were no reports of injuries to either the officers or the suspect during the apprehension.
In the latest update, it has been confirmed that the vehicle involved in the shooting was not the one the suspect was driving.
However, the LAPD has requested assistance from the California Highway Patrol (CHP) to close down the southbound side of the 110 Freeway from the freeway interchange to the 105 Freeway.
This closure will allow law enforcement to gather evidence and search for possible weapons related to the incident.
Some closures have already been implemented, starting from the on-ramp, but the duration of the closure has not been specified yet.
Commuters planning to travel on the 110 Freeway from downtown Los Angeles through South LA are advised to stay updated on road conditions and follow KTLA for further updates on the reopening of the affected section.
Law enforcement and investigators are working diligently to handle the situation, and more information is expected to be released soon.