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200 police officers with 2 armored vehicles and SWAT teams have a parole barricaded in a house in Roseville, Ca. who shot 4 police officers including 1 federal ICE/DHS agent. They have also set up an 8 mile containment zone in Roseville. Updates below..
A second law enforcement officer has been shot in a Sacramento suburb after a confrontation that occurred during a joint investigation by federal immigration agents and local police.
Officers have located the suspected holed up in a house. Shots have been fired at officers on scene and a second officer was injured. It’s unknown if the injury is from a bullet or flying shrapnel caused by the shot.
The suspect is described as an Hispanic adult male, wearing a dark colored beanie, grey short sleeved shirt & white pants. Roseville PD is warning residents to not approach the suspect, but to call 911 immediately.
Earlier Roseville Police ordered all media helicopters out of the area and has requested that the media refrain from reporting exact locations.
Residents were urged to stay inside and lock doors and windows as officers search for Duran, who was described as armed and dangerous. He was described as Hispanic and wearing a gray, short-sleeved shirt and dark-colored beanie.
With the police activity, roads in the area are cordoned off and expect traffic on nearby Interstate 80 to be heavy.
Add it to the list. These guys are just giving them reasons to train for martial law is all they are doing. 2013, year of the lockdown. Boston set a precedent in the United States. Its not ok for cops to lockdown entire cities for one person. Imagine what they would do if there was a group of people whereabouts unknown or in this general area of this state. They would probably lock the whole thing down. Stay tuned, this is ongoing remember.. Once again, our militarized police get to try out their new toys. -Mort
10 agencies, 8 hours and standoff continues in Roseville
Multiple police agencies are in the area of 6th Street and Hampton Drive in response to the shootings of an ICE agent and Roseville police officers Friday afternoon.
A city of Roseville spokesperson confirmed one officer shot is with Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The officer was transported to Sutter Roseville Medical Center.
Witnesses said it appeared the ICE agent’s leg wound was accidentally self-inflicted, but that was not confirmed by authorities.
ICE spokesperson Virginia Kice provided this statement:
A special agent with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) was shot Friday afternoon shortly after 3 p.m. while conducting a joint enforcement action with investigators from the police department in Roseville, Calif. The special agent was rushed to a local hospital where he is now reported to be stable and alert. Additional HSI agents are en route to the incident scene and will be assisting the Roseville Police Department with the ongoing investigation.
The nature of the enforcement wasn’t clear yet, although Roseville police tweeted they’ve been looking for the suspect for a week.
Then shortly after 5 p.m., additional gunshots were heard in the area of Mayfair Drive where there were numerous law enforcement officers with weapons drawn. The Roseville Police Department said two of their officers were wounded by gunshot rounds and one by bullet fragments.
Sutter Roseville Medical Center was also treating the Roseville police officers. One officer was described as in serious condition, a second one in fair condition. The officer hit by shrapnel has been released from the hospital.
Roseville police Lt. Cal Walstad said they believe one person, 32-year-old Samuel Nathan Duran, is the suspect. Duran is a parolee.
Officers have surrounded a residence in the area of 6 th Street and Hampton Drive where Duran is barricaded. It wasn’t clear if there were others in the home.
Relatives were urging Duran to surrender.
Residents were told to stay inside and lock doors and windows. Duran was described as armed and dangerous. He was described as Hispanic and wearing a gray, short-sleeved shirt and dark-colored beanie.
Buses were brought in to take residents unable to go home because of the police barricade to the Maidu Community Center.
The city of Roseville has established an information line, (916) 774-5030, that residents can call for updates.
Due to the police activity, 5th Street south to the BMX track north of Dry Creek, between Vernon Street and Riverside Avenue, are still closed to traffic.
It was about 3:10 p.m. when the first reports of an officer-involved shooting were made.
News10 has crews near the scene to provide more information as it becomes available.