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Friday, 5 November 2010

SAN BERNARDINO: Shootings kill two gang members | Local News | | Southern California News | News for Inland Southern California

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SAN BERNARDINO: Shootings kill two gang members | Local News | | Southern California News | News for Inland Southern California: "Adrian Ray Gutierrez died at the scene of the officer-involved shooting about 2 a.m. Tuesday at 17th and G Streets.
Gutierrez, 28, had run a stop sign at 16th and H Streets, prompting a brief police pursuit that ended when he crashed into a tree, said Lt. Jarrod Burguan. Then he tried to run, investigators say.
'The officer sees that (Gutierrez) is armed with a handgun -- has it in his hand,' Burguan said. 'The suspect turns on the officer. The officer fires.'"

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