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Phoenix police release new details in officer-involved shooting

Phoenix police have provided new information regarding an officer-involved shooting that took place early Thursday morning.

According to Sgt.

Phil Krynsky, the incident began when officers discovered a man who was passed out in a stolen truck parked in the middle of the road.

The officers, who were simply patrolling the area, found the suspect’s black truck stalled out in the intersection of 92nd Drive-In Lower Buckeye Road.

Upon further investigation, the police confirmed that the truck had been reported stolen.

However, it remains unclear whether the suspect was simply asleep or if he had a medical issue that caused him to be passed out in the driver’s seat.

As authorities processed the scene, the suspect woke up and attempted to drive off.

However, the officers had already blocked the car in and prevented his escape.

At this point, the suspect exited the vehicle on foot and brandished a handgun, waving it at the officers.

He proceeded to flee and ran into a bag before continuing to run.

The situation escalated when the suspect pointed the firearm at the officers.

In response to the threat, an officer discharged their weapon, firing at the suspect.

The exact details of the shooting and the subsequent events are yet to be disclosed.

The incident highlights the dangers faced by law enforcement officers and the split-second decisions they often have to make.

The Phoenix Police Department is conducting a thorough investigation into the officer-involved shooting, and further updates are expected as more information becomes available.

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