Seized a shop in Los Angeles killed a woman and surrendered to the police
A young American held hostage dozens of people at the grocery store chain Trader Joe’s in Los Angeles (California), killed one person and himself surrendered to police without resistance.
Mayor Eric Garcetti reported that the attacker was wounded in the left hand. However, he added that firefighters pulled from the room out to the wounded woman, but she died on the way to the hospital, reports TASS. The city police chief Michael Moore said that Trader Joe’s was from 40 to 50 buyers and store employees. Some hid, others got out on their own, someone released the suspect himself.
The attacker decided to surrender voluntarily asked for the handcuffs and he cuffed himself. According to preliminary information, the suspect acted, responding to a family quarrel. He shot his grandmother and the woman later discovered at the scene. Later, 18-year-old offender fled from the house by car. The chase ended in a crash, then the driver clashed with police and barricaded himself in the store.