The Sacramento Police Department has released video showing a gunfight between officers and a double homicide suspect.
The incident happened October 9 when police officers stopped 44-year-old Tim Grey at 27th Ave and Franklin Boulevard, according to Fox40.
The Court released statement where Arnold was wanted for the murder of a mother and daughter one week earlier.
When the officers stopped Arnold, they gave him commands. When Arnold exited his vehicle he has opened fire on the officers.
They returned fire, filling Arnold with bullet holes until he was no longer a threat. Arnold immediately died on scene.
Officer Victor Wolfe was shot in the leg and Officer Tim Martin was shot in his ballistic vest.
Officer Martin later released a picture of what happens when even a small .380 round hits an officer in their vest:
Officer Martin spoke with FOX40 about the memory loss that comes after combat.
“Immediately afterwards, I actually questioned whether or not I had returned fire, even when someone asked me if I had, I said that ‘yes I did.’ But I could no longer actually remember, for a while, the actual action of returning fire,” Officer Martin said.
“Noun don’t want to see people get killed. The whole situation was unhappy for all of us. I wish we could stop it before it happened. But unfortunately we’re responding to what happens. Can’t stop it before it happens,” he said.
Sacramento police department is now looking into bullet resistant doors to provide officers with more cover in future shootings.
You can see the video of the gunfight below. There are two camera angles – the first shows Tim Grey and the second shows the officers. WARNING: Graphic Content.